Thomson Reuters

Headquarters:Toronto, Ontario(Canada)10,000+ Employees
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In a note to Thomson Reuters staff on International Women's Day in 2017, Jim Smith, President and CEO, announced a commitment to increasing female representation in senior leadership roles.

"Women make up 43 percent of our employee population but only 30 percent of our senior leadership. I think we can do better. I believe diversity matters, and that our executive ranks need to better reflect our employee and customer bases.

To that end, I am pleased to announce that Thomson Reuters has committed to reaching a minimum of 40 percent female representation in senior leadership roles, globally, by 2020. Declaring this incremental target, and publicly reporting our progress as part of our Corporate Responsibility & Inclusion Annual Report, will help us move faster, and keep us accountable. A diverse and inclusive company is a company I want to work for, and I am excited about what we can all achieve moving forward, together."
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