Please note our benefits vary based on global location and union status. The benefits below are for all non-union U.S. regular employees working 20 or more hours per week.
At Thomson Reuters, we have made a commitment to increase the representation of women in senior leadership positions to 40% or more across our organization globally. To bring this work to life, we support a number of internal employee groups, programs and initiatives to foster the careers of our women employees at all levels.
Our Women at Thomson Reuters (TR) network, part of our global business resource group community, is comprised of 21 chapters across 18 countries. The mission of Women at TR is to drive positive change inspiring others to promote women as equal partners in the success, achievement and profitability of the business. We seek to champion women by supporting professional growth and development, expanding networks internally and throughout our communities, increasing male allyship and driving awareness of the unconscious biases that fuel gender inequality.
In addition, we celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month each year with global events and activations of our Thomson Reuters employees to increase the visibility of work focused on advancing gender equity.
mentorship and sponsorship are core components of our female key talent development programs – which focus on building self-awareness, goal setting, increasing confidence, enhancing leadership skills, sharing strategies for business success and networking with and learning from other talented Thomson Reuters leaders.
In addition, a new mentoring offering for all employees will be introduced in Q1 2021.
we have a digital platform available that curates social learning and networking experiences for all employees across Thomson Reuters. This cutting-edge tool allows for new connections to be made between colleagues that share complementary interests and goals. In addition, our business resource groups and other employee networks host internal networking events throughout the year.
succession planning is regularly reviewed, with an emphasis on building diverse succession pipelines.
we commit to inclusive hiring practices and an environment that encourages new ways of thinking and working, where employees feel free to challenge the status quo and celebrate differences, while appreciating what we share in common.
To ensure we can do that, we seek talented, qualified employees in all our operations around the world regardless of race, color, sex/gender, including pregnancy, gender identity and expression, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, citizen status, veteran status, or any other protected classification under applicable law. Thomson Reuters is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
we have resources to support leaders and enhance performance, effectiveness and accelerate leader development.
Thomson Reuters typically provides employees up to 12 weeks of paid parental leave within a year of the child’s birth or adoption. For the delivering parent, parental leave begins when disability ends, which generally extends the period of paid leave to 18 weeks.
through our medical and Rx plans Thomson Reuters offers up to a $20,000 lifetime maximum infertility coverage benefit. Additionally, we have partnered with WinFertility to provide employees with personalized guidance, education and referrals, and emotional support on their family-building journey.
Emergency Back-up Care is offered through Bright Horizons. Through this benefit, you have access to experienced backup care specialists who will coordinate in-home or center-based care on your behalf so you can continue to work. Anyone who counts on you as their primary caregiver; infants through the elderly qualifies for the program. Additionally, Bright Horizons Family Support program offers access and discounts to online academic support, nanny placement services, and babysitting services.
our Sick and Safe policy generally provides up to 6 days of paid leave annually due to your own or a family member’s short-term illness or injury or when you cannot work due to unexpected closure of your child’s school or place of care.
in addition to the Emergency Back-up Care benefit (detailed above), we offer Bright Horizons Elder Care program which provides employees access to an experienced and dedicated elder care coach, a care planning online platform, free in-home or virtual home assessments for your loved one, and referrals to local service providers, attorneys, and financial professionals.
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