On average, employees at Thomson Reuters give their company a 3.9 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Thomson Reuters employees are QA Analysts submitting an average rating of 4.4 and Market Analysts with a rating of 4.2.
"I have worked for this company since 2009. I have never seen so many office politics. Managers don't manage people or help them get work done but spend their time patting each other on the back and organizing ridiculous games. The cutbacks and layoffs have left much of the staff nervous and overworked."
"Great work/life balance and the perfect place to work if you're seeking a global career."
"I worked for the marketplace as a back end engineer."
"I've worked for Thomson Reuters for over 10 years. It's a large corporation with locations all over the globe. The work is challenging, yet rewarding. They consistently seek out new and innovative technologies to solve issues. There is also the caveat of collaboration with colleagues at different locations to achieve results. Great benefits and remote support. Overall, a great place to work. The people are also first class."
"I have worked for Thomson Reuters for 8+ years. Overall the technology stack is very large and is mostly up to date. Like any other large company there are always politics in play. The work life balance is excellent, but the benefits and compensation are lagging behind industry standards."
"I have worked for Thomson Reuters for 3 years now. I have learned a lot while working there and was able to focus VMware Virtualization. It is great to get exposed to some of the larger implementations of VMware vSphere. The Technology Organization is going through some transformations right now and I feel it could better the company in the long run."
"I have worked for Thomson Reuters for the last year. The company is fantastic and the products they offer the Tax and Accounting professional are second to none. Their management team is fantastic once you get past their "launch team". The manager for the launch team is big into favoritism and only helps people she likes."
"Great place to work if you are in right team. I worked there for more than 12 years."
"The company has more fat than muscle. Cost cutting is always main thing but they mostly cut muscle and keep fat."
"Thomson Reuters has given me a great opportunity to expand my technical skills. Growth and opportunity for promotion in my department is limited though."
"I enjoyed my time at Thomson Reuters. My only strife with them is that the training period lasted a bit too long."
"Just okay to work here - good benefits, but lacks strong vibrant growth."
"I enjoyed it. Good people and fun project."
"They are outsourcing everyone in IT and the company considers itself an IT company."
"Still a good company, but has dropped a lot compared to when the company was only Reuters (pre Thomson Reuters merger)."
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