Head of HR (Former Employee) – London – 9 September 2019
Thomson Reuters provides professionals with the intelligence, technology and human expertise they need to find trusted answers in the financial and risk, legal, tax and accounting and media markets. Work hard - no play Poor Leadership Poor Accountability Poor Reward Dynamic Excellent staff
Learning Consultant - European Sales Processes (Former Employee) – London – 3 September 2019
The calibre of people that work there is very high. People are passionate about the company despite changes that have occurred. There can be a 'boys club' mentality within sales which hinders progression if not part of it.
trading technology (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 22 August 2019
Generally speaking provides a good work life balance. They also promote diversity in the workplace and are willing to invest in this. However, buyout by Blackstone has impacted the company in a negative way
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Devon – 9 April 2019
workplace culture was very split and very competitive within the sales team. A lot of pressure applied and not much support provided. The only nice thing about the job was the annual leave was generous
Digital Performance Manager (Former Employee) – York – 24 March 2019
One of those typical 'you've worked there for 25 years or 3 years' with no in between.Mid-management totally focused on their own career advancement, no interest in anyone else unless they are above them.
Global Technical Account Manager (Former Employee) – London – 17 January 2019
I worked at Thomson Reuters full-time for more than 20 years years)
Pros Great atmosphere around the office and people seem genuinely passionate about driving the business forward Plenty of opportunities for hard workers Competitive Salary & Benefits This company cares for its Customers and staff
Friendly and Easygoing Work enviornment. Poor management can affect team motiviation
Migration Specialist (Current Employee) – Canary Wharf, Greater London – 21 December 2018
Worked at Thomson Reuters for 2 years. Has a good teamwork culture, management are very reasonable with flexibility of working hours and work life balance. (Working from home is allowed frequently)
Management can be poor in areas, with lack of communication and a tendency to try and confrontation. Overall poor organisation can lead to teams being overworked and areas of the business being under resourced.
Good Work Life balance, Friendly team atmosphere
Lack of communication from management, Under resourced