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The parental leave policy is amazing and frankly, the available benefits are unheard of with other employers. TR recently expanded their parental leave policy. It now offers up to a total of 24 months off, up to 18 paid (12 paid + 6 temporary disability). The 12 week paid parental leave is gender neutral. They also offer great medical benefits, including fertility coverage (as of 2017, up to $10k). They also offer adoption assistance (as of 2017, up to $5k). In addition to these fantastic benefits, the CEO has made a public commitment to increase the number of women in high-level leadership positions to 40% by 2020 (and offers quarterly updates on the progress of this goal).

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They are great in regards to promoting women, having flexibility for parents, and being overall very gender friendly. It's really a company that strives to "know better, do better" and I love that.

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I've been with this company for close to seven years and compared to other companies I;ve worked with, women are given equal opportunities to pursue their career, as well as a lot of flexibility to balance family life with professional life. Women are also provided with a lot of leadership opportunities and in the location where I work, women leaders are equal in number to men and the population is predominantly female than male.

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A new best-in-class parental leave policy: - Gender neutral. Eligible parents, regardless of gender or “primary caregiver” status, have up to 12 weeks of paid leave to care for the child when he or she is born, adopted, or placed with the employee in foster care. - More time off available. The birth mother can take paid parental leave after the disability period ends, which effectively extends the amount of paid time off available. - More flexibility. New parents can take their eligible leave at any time as long as it ends within one year of the child’s birth, adoption or foster care. The company has also committed to reaching a minimum of 40% female representation in senior leadership roles, globally, by 2020: https://blogs.thomsonreuters.com/answerson/toward-gender-parity/


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How do women feel about working at Thomson Reuters? 72% think they are treated fairly and equally to men. 76% would recommend Thomson Reuters to other women, and women have a job satisfaction rating of 3.7 out of 5. What are the benefits at Thomson Reuters? Thomson Reuters offers 12 weeks of paid maternity leave, 19 weeks of unpaid maternity leave, healthcare, flextime, 401-k matching. These benefits are based on tips anonymously submitted by Thomson Reuters employees.

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