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Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters, United States on May 6th, 2021
"It all depends on the group. My previous group was a true old boys club. Rampant mansplaining and condescension towards (the few) female employees. But the next group I joined was great in terms of women's equality, and I have been grateful to be able to do my job without all the bullshit. So my only advice is to learn as much as you can about the group dynamics."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters, Canada on Dec 4th, 2020
"Great place to work and focus is on promoting women into leadership roles."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters, United Kingdom on Oct 21st, 2020
"Leadership and executive teams do pay a lot of attention to what employees say and the areas for improvement. They have been heavily investing in improving our culture of diversity and inclusion across the organisation. Personally, I have felt extremely supported throughout the years in developing my skills, advancing my career and creating a fantastic network. Most recently, as a new mom, I have really enjoyed the flexibility to manage things at home but also to enjoy family time. This has been even more important through this COVID-19 crisis."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters, United Kingdom on Sep 30th, 2020
"Thomson Reuters is a great place to work with a great culture and flexibility with hours allowing good work life balance. They continue to drive forward with strong policies on diversity and inclusion and enabling women to progress."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters, United States on Sep 24th, 2020
"There are many opportunities within Thomson Reuters. Some parts of the business are better than others and can come down to specific teams and their culture. It takes some insight to navigate through the politics a times, but you can find a place to call home."
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