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We've calculated that the average salary at LexisNexis is $70K based on 849 user-submitted salaries A total of 116 LexisNexis employees gave LexisNexis an average happiness rating of 3.8 out of 5.0.

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LexisNexis Careers & Info

Current CEO: James Peck

Status: Active

LexisNexis Group, founded in 1994, is a legal publishing, research and information company with headquarters in Dayton, Ohio. LexisNexis, a division of the Dutch publishing company Reed Elsevier, maintains one of the largest legal databases in the world and provides information to customers in more than 100 countries. LexisNexis publishes state and federal laws produced by legislative bodies on an annual basis. LexisNexis has approximately 15,000 employees among its United States-based and international offices. Individuals and institutions gain access to LexisNexis data by purchasing subscriptions.

LexisNexis hires a range of employees, which includes, but is not limited to, computer programmers, editors, proofreaders, web designers, sales and marketing team members, and corporate trainers. Staff produce digital content for Lexisnexis.com and the website''s accompanying bound publications. LexisNexis also hires new and experienced lawyers to oversee legal content integrity. Information about LexisNexis Group careers and links to submit resumes can be found on the company''s main website.

Because of the evolving nature of information systems, employees working at LexisNexis receive training on an ongoing basis. LexisNexis has received praise for keeping its workforce on the cutting edge of database and electronic publishing technology. The legal publishing company provides employees with the technology to work as a team remotely from anywhere in the world. As a result, U.S.-based managers are able to train, supervise and support editorial staff working in other countries and time zones.

LexisNexis permits employees to work on-site and home-based, and allows employees to work flexible schedules throughout the work week to facilitate the work-life balance. Additional LexisNexis benefits include medical and dental insurance, vision care, paid vacation, retirement plans and flexible spending accounts. LexisNexis also offers employees tuition reimbursement benefits, which allows them to pursue education opportunities at accredited local and online colleges to advance their LexisNexis careers.

Corporate responsibility plays a central role in LexisNexis culture. LexisNexis corporate responsibility initiatives include energy conservation, volunteerism and fund raising. LexisNexis Cares matches staff members interested in volunteering with community-based organizations. LexisNexis staff paint public school buildings, collect goods for local food pantries, participate in health walks and runs and record audio books for the visually impaired. LexisNexis Group also provides lawyers with the means to provide legal services to the poor in the form of funds and donations. Additionally, the company has also been recognized for providing a positive work environment for its LGBT staff.

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