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Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters, United States on Jan 15th, 2020
"Fair leave policy, but could there is always room for improvement"
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters, United States on Dec 5th, 2019
"The company offers excellent parental leave programs are available to all employees"
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters, United States on Oct 29th, 2019
"They put a lot of emphasis on promoting women at TR. In my opinion, too much emphasis. We’ve seen women leaders being promoted when they don’t deserve it. Especially in technology. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters, United States on Oct 26th, 2019
"Awesome work culture and work life balance. Really good for women. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters, United States on Sep 30th, 2019
"You are respected and listened to in all situations and empowered to perform at your best. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters, United States on Sep 5th, 2019
"Ask your manager about getting involved in the women-centric programs. There are mentorship, leadership, and career sponsorship programs available that I loved."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters, United States on Aug 12th, 2019
"The parental leave here is amazing. After the most recent re-org, the company seems confused as to what path it’s on. If your okay working with not clearly defined goals, then this place is great."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters, United States on Jun 14th, 2019
"It's a great organization as people are polite and most are willing to share their knowledge. There are definitely pockets of the organization that play politics to the max. Most managers allow you to set your "in office / work" hours with the expectation you will get your work done and not be micromanaged in that regard. Definitely open to remote work when necessary."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters, United States on May 2nd, 2019
"It is really dependent on your role and your direct manager. Generally a great place to work and grow your career."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters, United States on Apr 22nd, 2019
"Choose a part of the organization that has senior women and is committed to diversity"
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters, United States of America on Apr 10th, 2019
"Parental leave is phenomenal, have yet to find anything close to comparable!"
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Mar 8th, 2019
"It’s a large company. Within the sales team, there is a lot of flexibility for parents. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Feb 28th, 2019
"It is a much flatter organization now. They still may be going through a RIF. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Nov 1st, 2018
"The parental leave is fantastic, 18 weeks paid! Plus they have a great area for pumping mom with hospital grade breast pumps"
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Oct 24th, 2018
"In general, it's a nice place to work for all employees. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Aug 21st, 2018
"No I would not tell another woman to work here."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Aug 16th, 2018
"Extremely flexible with a workforce that operates under the notion that "family comes first," but be prepared to see men promoted without merit, while having to jump through hoops for your own."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Aug 13th, 2018
"Extremely professional environment with structured hierarchy and on the slow paced side"
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Jul 30th, 2018
"In general, there is a flexible hours/arrangements mentality with the exception of, of course, deadlines and major projects, etc. My group is very family friendly. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Jul 19th, 2018
"Thomson Reuters - Legal review Try to get fulltime employment immediately as I rarely see the contractors convert to fulltime"
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Jul 11th, 2018
"they are helpful when u have kids and are getting more female friendly "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Apr 16th, 2018
"Flexible working in most teams, opportunities to move across the organisation and take on a variety of roles."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Apr 9th, 2018
"Needs more diversity in higher level positions. Depending on manager, there can be lots of flexibility"
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Mar 29th, 2018
"Management supports work-life balance. However, i don't think we hear enough from our female executives on how being a new mother impacts their work-life balance and how to cater to this life event in their development plan. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Mar 20th, 2018
"It's great working in here. But again it depends on how well manager promotes your work."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Mar 16th, 2018
"Ever since I have started to work under your leadership; I have learned a lot which really helps me to become a better person. Thank you! You are the best boss ever."
"Great place to work and promotes work/life balance. My boss is great and provides great leadership to me and always has my back! "
"Thomson Reuters is like one big family, its an amazing place to work!!"
"Good stable company, i have been here for 15 years. If you like technology then this is a good place to learn more."
"I definitely feel like an equal at TR. You have the same opportunities as the males in the company."
"Thomson Reuters gives a big emphasis on the values and culture. Among them is the gender equality and raises awareness of unconscious bias. "
"Overall is a great place to work. Great compensation, benefits and flexibility."
"The people who work at TR are truly the best! TR is an exceptionally welcoming community of highly talented people. The people at TR make you eager to come to work."
"Hard work and talent is recognised, regardless of gender, race etc. Solid and explicit goals have been committed to by leadership to improve diversity. Very open platform for discussion on how to improve conditions."
"It is a great company to work for. Great benefits, maternity, paternity options unlike other companies."
"A work and family balance is possible at Thomson Reuters. "
"Great flexibility and culture. Leadership is very supportive and has goals around gender equality."
"Make sure you are coming in at a manger or higher level. Also seek a sponsor right away. Environment is great but depends on where you are (not uniform). People are wonderful!"
"Very supportive culture and work - life flexibility. Great place to work."
"Great environment, great flexibility and respect for our personal time."
"Thomson Reuters is a unique business, in that they have aquired several businesses over the years, making it exceptionally more difficult to create a desired culture in a highly matrixed and global organization. However, the idea the leaders are making moves, while also growing themselves, says a lot about the people and the type of company they are [and who they want to be]"
"Thomson Reuters places a lot of trust in its employees. I feel that my manager respects my intelligence and my input. I am never disregarded, talked over, or controlled. I have a lot of agency. I have a lot of freedom. I feel strongly committed to my team. I believe that I make a difference. As a result, I want to help the company be even more successful than it already is. I have never felt personally invested in the success of my employer before, but the way that TR treats me (and I happen to be a woman), gives me this sense of dedication, which is very fulfilling. I also appreciate that the senior women in the company do NOT have that demoralizing 'chip-on-my-shoulder' embittered quality that I have encountered from so many higher-level women during my career as a young professional. (They had it hard it must be hard for me.) Instead I feel inspired and mentored. A+ all the way."
"Maternity leave policy is 18 weeks paid with another optional 6 weeks not paid. "
"I do not consider that there are gender differences and encourage female work in leadership positions"
"It is a great place to work Very Flexible hours"
"I think as women at TR, we are extremely lucky to have the flexibility we all enjoy, from maternity leave to flexible working hours, you are treated as an individual first and employee second which is not like many of the companies friends work at. "
"Great company to work for. I have a female manager that is the best!"
"TR has a very active engagement with women initiatives globally. women@tr, how the group is called engages with the members to promote and incentive women empowerment within the organization"
"it depends on which department you work for, Legal department is good"
"If you stay positive and work hard, you will be rewarded."
"Work/Life Balance is the best I've come across in my many years of working."
"This is a great place to work and flexibility has been provided to all employees regardless of gender. There is lot of respect to women and women's career growth and we significantly see this happening at every level of leadership and management."
"It is a great place to work the culture and flexibility is unparalleled. There are great career development opportunities and coaching that is available"
"I am so proud to work for TR. It is a great company that promotes talent and retain employees with many initiatives. "
"Thomson Reuters is pro-women and is one of the best places for women to work in, if flexibility, respect and being celebrated is what they are looking for."
"Good place to work,flexibility for woman employers and opportunities for learning new skills."
"This is a company that believes in diversity of all kinds from the top down. Because of this, employees enjoy numerous benefits including our world-class parental leave. Training is available for all employees supporting diversity and inclusion. With regard to gender diversity and gender partnership, the company has set goals to achieve a more diverse workforce and has stated them publicly. "
"Employee friendly policies and good work-life balance along with good work opprtunities"
"It depends on which group you are part of - some groups are much more progressive for women!"
"Very supportive culture for women in tech! Programs in place to increase female hires, promote existing females, and partner with our male allies"
"They respect us and help us develop in our careers."
"This is so employee friendly and a good company, policies are employee friendly, number of leaves are good."
"At Thomson Reuters, you have the opportunity to connect with other women and men and follow your passions. Whether it's writing, technology, finance, or photography, there's a place for you here. Also, there are many groups or clubs, so you can explore other interests."
"There are a lot of benefits and support for females."
"I really appreciate the opportunities for challenge and advancement and the people are phenomenal!"
"The company is committed, publicly and within the organization, to moving the needle on gender equality in senior leadership and this commitment is for the right reasons - because it's good for the business and the world, not just a PR stunt. "
"This company is committed to Gender Partnership and an inclusive workplace."
"It's better than a lot of places I've worked, but there's still a lot of room for improvement, especially in terms of the representation of women in leadership."
"Focus on women is good but needs more senior level female leaders."
"A very great place to express your ideas and share an experience."
"I work on a great team that feels family/work balance is important. I am able to work from home to reduce my commute. "
"Thomson Reuters is an amazing place to woman work. Here we respect diversity and gender!"
"Great culture, opportunities and flexibility. The organisation offers great benefits, is flexible about remote working and is LGBT friendly"
"Our BRG, Women@TR, is not only supported by the women of TR, but many of the men as well. Thomson Reuters is not perfect. There are certainly dinosaurs that have held on to outdated views and certain departments that do not display the culture as well as others, but our leaders push the message. The momentum is in the right direction!"
"Don't be afraid to explain your circumstances, they will really treat you as a person."
"This is a great employer that is truly focused on promoting women into leadership positions, and giving them everything that they need to be successful at their jobs! "
"Great opportunities to move around, learn and grow. Great flexibility. I can be a mom and advance my career."
"Thomson Reuters has done a lot within the last 10 years to encourage women in the workplace. They have strengthened the maternity leave policy, engaged in cultural partnership activities around gender partnership, women in tech and the quiet revolution. They have been vocal about their commitment to women in the workplace and I believe our CEO Jim Smith is fully committed to this activity."
"The culture promotes flexibility and work-life balance. Management at every level is very supportive."
"Overall this company tries hard to create an equal environment for women, It is great at offering great maternity leave, back-up childcare polivies etc. But success varies dramatically across sectors of the business. Editorial in particular, has male-dominated management culture that makes it difficult to progress for many women"
"Thomson Reuters has made a pledge to get more women into executive roles, they support many women sponsored events and it makes me excited as a women and mother to a girl to see this progress. Thanks TR!"
"There are a lot of strong, intelligent women working within Thomson Reuters at all levels and across all geographies; however, at the highest levels (Board, ExCom) it is still dominantly white-male. More to be done, but the company invests in the development of female leaders and has made conscious strides to address gender equality through practices and policies. "
"Thomson Reuters is a great place to start your career. With lots of opportunities and flexiblity there is a lot to offer someone starting off. "
"Thomson Reuters provides so much opportunity to learn and grow. I am proud of our culture and it shines through in the people you work with."
"Excellent benefits for all and lots of flexibility, especially for high performers"
"I have had a successful career here for 30 years. "
"There is a great focus on diversity and inclusion and a goal to significantly increase women in leadership positions."
"Equality and diversity are highly encouraged and embraced at Thomson Reuters! I have never worked in a company that is more dedicated to giving everyone equal opportunity and the support needed to succeed!"
"We have created a strong inclusive culture with our technology organization leading the way. I'm proud to say that I've worked for this organization for many years!"
"It very much depends on the team and the manager. TR has great policies not always used by the individuals"
"Que es muy buena empresa, que valora el espacio de la mujer y lo promueve"
"Nothing else to add to the questions above. I've always felt as an equal working at Thomson Reuters."
"TR is Great place to work. It is a huge company , so you need to make sure you are at the right place"
"Leadership opportunities exist for those who are driven and are ready to take on additional responsibilities "
"A good place to work with strong encouragement of future female leadership. Many opportunities for culture and leadership training."
"This is a great place to work as a woman, mom and grandmother."
"Great flexibility and a wonderful place for women to build a career."
"I work in technology, a traditionally male dominated arena, but our team are split evenly male/female at management level. I feel in the wider company at executive level, there is a positive and visible drive towards gender diversity and on the ground I have had significant support from female and male colleagues to enable progression through a variety of roles in the department. "
"TR has made it a priority to promote women in Technology from the upper echelons of leadership. They've also implemented balanced and generous parental leave for women AND MEN which I think is just amazing. I'm also super proud to work for the company that includes Reuters news agency - one of the best, least biased and most respected news agencies in the world. Also - working in Technology - i feel that they respect and promote women more than many other organizations and I feel that I'm setup for success here. LOVE IT AT TR! #working@TR"
"Great time off and health insurance benefits. In my experience my managers have been understanding and accommodating when time is needed for appointments or emergencies."
"You can combine a family life with intellectually challenging work, decent pay and progression."
"As with most large companies, it is sometimes about the direct manager. But the Corporate view is a positive one. They listen. "
"If you are a problem solver (as most women are), and want to make positive changes with products, services and in the world, then you need to review opportunities at Thomson Reuters! I have been very fortunate to be a part of this organization that has allowed me to solve for problems outside of my role, which has lead me to additional roles. I happen to have my dream job now as the Director of Community Relations! I help people every day, representing Thomson Reuters! "
"I work with talented leaders that don't see me as just another employee. They care, they seek to hear my voice, and they want to know more about me as a person. Our parental leave policy is best-in-class and truly helps families focus on important time with their new child. Our vacation/holiday program is generous and allows us to get away from the office to refresh & relax. "
"The company values diversity and inclusion and have amazing people that work in this company "
"Thomson Reuters is a company focused on diversity and inclusion! We also have our own Women at TR group to focus on women in technology!"
"Your contributions will not be valued, and you will be viewed and disposable. "
"Thomson Reuters has placed a priority on advancing women in leadership, as we currently lag in this respect. We have a goal to have 40% of management positions held by women by 2020. I feel the company is making an effort to develop the pipeline of talented women leaders so that we will be able to meet the 2020 goal."
"The diversity/women in the workplace groups are great and run many events each year. The new parental leave policy is great for both moms and dads. As a woman in tech, I feel like I have a lot of opportunities for personal and career growth here."
"I feel valued and that I am empowered to make decisions."
"This is great place to work, collaboration is encouraged, great women leaders."
"Great culture, flexibility, and onsite conveniences with plenty of job/role opportunities."
"Thomson Reuters is a wonderful place to work! The benefits are fantastic & I've not come across any other workplace giving such amazing benefits, leaves and overall package. I never felt that I was treated any differently, as a female employee, at TR. We have many women in higher level positions and it is very encouraging! I would definitely recommend working at Thomson Reuters. "
"The best family-work balance I've seen int he private sector"
"Great people (everyone is supportive) at all levels of the company - creating an environment as a family. Good benefits. It offers a lot of opportunity to grown."
"Great opportunity to work, beside a respectful environment to work the company has a learning portal, programs to grow. "
"I would certainly encourage other women to work here. I see scope for women to grow in this organization."
"Your opinions will matter. You will not be overlooked for promotion just because you are a woman, or have children."
"It is a fabulous place to work, performance is measured fairly. There is great opportunity for women @ TR. "
"Expect hard engaging work, results matter so work to your goals and you will be fine!"
"The Marketing Organization is chaotic and not the best place to be, as there are constant changes in personnel, roles, procedures, etc. Hard to get work done due to an unorganized and mismanaged department"
"Thomson Reuters offers good opportunities for women to learn and advance their careers, along with a good work/life balance, and reasonable compensation. This makes it a good place to work for many years while developing both your personal and professional life!"
"If you are looking for career growth, great team and a fantastic work culture this is the place to be!"
"This is a great company with values and positive culture! Once in you will atleast stick around for 7-8 years :)"
"There are many women led groups, opportunities and benefits at TR! If you're interested, there's probably a group that you can get involved in! "
"I have never felt less valued as a woman at TR. We have many women in higher level positions and it's quite encouraging to see women continue to gain new opportunities. We also have a women's resource group that puts events together specifically for women at TR and they do great work to bring our company together. "
"Pick the right group. Not all departments have the same culture, support,"
"The measures TR is taking to recruit, promote, and retain women in the workplace are truly impressive. There's funding on initiatives and programs. There are also tangible metrics that are being tracked. I'm so proud to work for TR. "
"If you are a good performer, you are able to apply for open TR positions (after 1 year in current position), which allow for learning & growth opportunities."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Mar 6th, 2018
"It is a great place to work with a lot of flexibility and respect towards work-life balance."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Feb 15th, 2018
"There are still many issues to be addressed with regards to general 'boys club' culture in the company. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Feb 13th, 2018
"Thomson Reuters is the best place that I have ever worked. We have a very strong focus on building an inclusive culture and the work that we do really makes a positive impact. "
"Great place for women in finance industry as they are highly encourages."
"A commitment from our Board to see 40% of women in senior leadership positions by 2020. A select number of female development programs. Great parental leave policies. The best company I've worked for when it comes to flexible working (and trusting employees to do what's expected of them to deliver). "
"Thomson Reuters is striving to promote more women to leadership levels and provides training and resources from manager to executive vice president level to develop talent."
"Your manager and department are key for promotion opportunities, and female managers are not necessarily enthusiastic sponsors for professional development. There is very little room for movement within, for example, the editorial function of the Legal business. "
"TR is a great place to work. I’ve been with TR for 12 years and have enjoyed my different opportunities and colleagues I’ve worked for. I am proud to say I work fkr TR. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Nov 21st, 2017
"Always a strong push and interest in considering women for higher level/leadership opportunities internally Great maternity leave for women interested"
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Nov 13th, 2017
"The best thing about working for Thomson Reuters is the culture. I feel people are very respectful of each other and flexibility is encouraged."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Nov 8th, 2017
"Many internal programs to hire, mentor, promote and retain high performing women technologists. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Nov 3rd, 2017
"Don't expect promotion and work at the home office and you will have a positive experience."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Oct 25th, 2017
"Great maternity leave, very supportive of working moms, many departments allow work from home."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Oct 4th, 2017
"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)."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Sep 16th, 2017
"A working parent can ABSOLUTELY work full time and fullfill all desires as a parent."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Sep 11th, 2017
"Good benefits, ability to be flexible on hours/days in-office, strong diversity focus by leadership. "
"Flexibility, family friendly and growth opportunities. Great people. Commitment to inclusion."
"It's a great place for women to work and continues to get even better."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Aug 25th, 2017
"This is still a heavily male dominated industry, I would not recommend it for breast feeding mothers or if you have children with special needs. However, the compensation is very good so you will likely be able to afford help once you're in a senior position. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Aug 18th, 2017
"Great flexibility and good benefits and our opinions are valued, however no upward mobility so you need to be happy with where you start because chances are you will end your career in the same position."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Aug 16th, 2017
"Women at Thomson Reuters is a group of strength, innovation and support"
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Aug 9th, 2017
"Because this company is so large being good at your job is not good enough. You must be the best, and not just at your job function, but as an ambassador for your department. "
"We’re one of the Best Places to Work for Women in 2017. Excited to be part of the Thomson Reuters team!"
"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. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Jul 23rd, 2017
"The company is making sincere efforts to advance diversity and inclusion and embed that mindset into the culture. There has been obvious investment in"
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Jul 22nd, 2017
"Strong culture, appreciation for problem solving skills, good career progression opportunities"
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Jul 18th, 2017
"Lots of opportunities, very strong culture, interesting/challenging work, open to flexible work/schedule, commitment to diversity and wonderful people everywhere."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on May 20th, 2017
"I have had fantastic opportunities to progress my career and the family friendly benefits are extremely generous"
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on May 19th, 2017
"Be confident and don't be afraid to share your thoughts or to ask."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on May 17th, 2017
"The company does great things and really promotes diversity in the workplace. But most of the middle management is your typical mid-40s white man, and it can be hard to have your voice heard if you don't cater to his opinions and idea of what a "successful" person is and how a "successful" person acts. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Apr 26th, 2017
"It's a great employer from a life balance perpsective. You can do interesting work and have a diverse career."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Apr 10th, 2017
"Ask about other females in your department and if they transferred in or were hired from outside. Outside hires are paid more. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Jan 30th, 2017
"Thomson Reuters is a huge organization with a history of growing through acquisitions. My personal experience has been of an organization that values diversity and makes an effort to recruit and retain women, especially minority women. There are people in my department who have lived on every continent except Antarctica (and maybe Austrilia). Flexibility and work-life balance here are good, benefits are decent though not as good as they used to be (I've been here more than 10 years), but salary here is not up to par. I enjoy the challenges of the work that I do, and the people I work with, but looking at where my salary falls on Glassdoor and similar sites, compared to others with my experience, is depressing. The annual review and performance increase process implicitly penalizes those who started with a lower salary, since it's percentage based."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Dec 9th, 2016
"Its a wonderful company to work with. I enjoy much over here."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Dec 4th, 2016
"It is a merit-based culture, but relatively male-dominated. Hours can often be flexible and company is trying to improve by offering more flexible conditions. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Nov 24th, 2016
"It's not as bad as some of the other places."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Nov 22nd, 2016
"Speaking from a position in a smaller business unit, the benefits are great and the office culture is understanding of work-life balance. "
"It is a great place to work, lots of work life flexibility."
"TR is heading in the right direction. Flexible hours, generous time off, and working remotely (as needed) are the norm. At the ground-level, things are quite egalitarian. However, it's a different picture at the highest levels of management. Leadership is overwhelmingly male, white, and middle-aged. Initiatives around inclusion and diversity are mentioned, but often in a tone-deaf, self-congratulatory manner. "
"With the flexibility and work/life balance that Thomson Reuters offers, I have more time to spend with my family. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Oct 21st, 2016
"This company does value family and family time. Obviously attitudes will vary depending on what department and which business you are in, but I have moved between locations and job functions and have found this to be true. Even before having children, when my father-in-law fell into a coma, there was no question about taking time off to be with family. And the same story when my aunt died of cancer. After having each of my children, my direct supervisor allowed me to take several weeks working a shortened schedule even after my maternity leave. All of this flexibility came after I had been working there for a while and proved myself. They value hard work and will reward it, accordingly, as far as I have experienced."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Sep 28th, 2016
"I think they have done a lot to ensure they consider the issues of women. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Aug 30th, 2016
"Flexibility and remote work is excellent, opportunity to advance is poor. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Aug 12th, 2016
"I enjoy working here because work-life balance has been made a priority."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Jun 17th, 2016
"Be prepared for an old-boy mentality even though they trot out women in so-called upper management postions. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on May 22nd, 2016
"Good work life balance, low compensation, flexible hours and worf from home acceptable"
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on May 20th, 2016
"Great maternity - 12 weeks paid plus option for additional 14 weeks unpaid. Great nursing facilities at larger sites. Very flexible culture. Many women in leadership roles."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on May 10th, 2016
"They support women in the workplace and also women in tech and leadership. Great initiatives like business resource groups for Women at TR."
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Apr 3rd, 2016
"I've been here 9 years promoted/changed roles 4 times, I am very happy and have no plans to leave. "
Anonymous shared this review of Thomson Reuters on Mar 23rd, 2016
"Great work from home policy. "
"I have worked here for 11 years. I've held a number of roles and have progressed up the corporate ladder quickly, taking risks along the way. Great female colleagues, very smart group of employees. Great work-life balance. But certainly not gaining in the equalization of gender parity. Have definitely works with some sexist managers."
"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."
"Excellent work/life, flex schedules, not expected to work off hours in general. Great maternity leave, larger locations also have great nursing facilities. I think women are well represented in leadership. A female leads our (very large) BU. It does seem like women without kids are more likely to advance, though. Can sometimes seem like people don't drive for results or are a little lazy. Not great at career development or promotions."
"You probably won't get paid as much as your male counterparts for doing the same work. The men at the top are overtly sexist and misogynistic and they only like the women that play along. Once, I and 3 other women walked into a conference room for a meeting with a male VP and he remarked "my harem is here." I can think of two other male VPs who made sexist comments in front of lower-ranking women because they know there are no repercussions."
"Gender equality varies between businesses and work groups. Women are promoted up to a point, and then not so much, which has resulted in reduced bench strength when it comes to promoting women past the lower level team lead roles. This is not true of all groups, but many."
"The company provides good options for work/life balance. I work from home 2 days per week and am not expected to check email, do additional work after hours."
"PTO is very good. 15 days vacation, 4 personal, 6 sick, and 2 volunteer (can be used for school functions). Increase to 20 days vacation at 5 years. My position allows me to flex and work from home. However, in my small division, men have been promoted over more qualified women and that is infuriating. If you want to get ahead, be a tall man who speaks confidently. There is an active women's network on the intranet which is great."
"Overall a great place, but hard to move out of silos."
"Excellent flexibility in work hours. I work remotely 2 days a week and can shift my hours to accommodate my family's schedule. Full 12 weeks paid maternity (2 weeks paid paternity) and additional unpaid leave allowed if you work with your manager."
"It's a good company to work for. Good work life balance."
"Flexibility seems to vary widely from role to role and manager to manager, it really depends upon who you work for, and what your job description is. A great deal of flexibility was given to a colleague with an chronically ill child, who was a great performer and really pushed for it -- so it's there if you really need it."
"My department was eliminated and outsourced. I was sad to leave the company. They were very accommodating with my work schedule, which I appreciated very much."
"A ways to go but efforts are being made such as requiring a diverse slate (e.g. female candidates) for all positions at a director level or above. 12 full weeks of paid maternity leave is a new benefit!"
"I started here as an intern during the summer. Then they worked with me my last semester of college to extend the internship until I graduated and was able to work full-time. They are very accommodating with working from home and work/life balance."
"Company offer varying levels of schedule flexibility, and work-from-home situations, depending on your role and function. It is a generally ethical company, always seeking to "do the right thing' for employees."
"I have worked there for over 6 years. Men with less success and seniority are routinely promoted over women of higher success and seniority and retain most of the management roles. In our group, the men are commonly applauded for the efforts where women under similar circumstances are not."
"It varies greatly by the position and where you work what your experience is."
"Some locations are more progressive than others..."
"The company is constantly reorganizing based on quarterly expectations"
"very political, lots of changes"
"good company to work with"
"I've progressed in my career here and have very supportive management. The company supports a work-life balance, but of course your manager plays a huge role in that."
"You can only succeed here if you add exclamation points to your emails, you are nice and sweet all the time, and use a sing-songy voice. You should not try to speak up too much in meetings or actually voice you opinion or you will be seen as too aggressive. This will be from both men and women."