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We crowdsource Thomson Reuters's maternity, paternity and parental leave policies, based on Thomson Reuters's employee reviews and anonymous tips from Thomson Reuters employees.

Thomson Reuters Maternity and Paternity Leave Policies

Thomson Reuters offers 20 weeks of paid maternity leave, 0 weeks of unpaid maternity leave, 12 weeks of paid paternity leave and 8 weeks of unpaid paternity leave. This information is based on anonymous tips submitted by employees.

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Information Services: Diversified Maternity and Paternity Leave

How many weeks of paid maternity, unpaid maternity, paid paternity and unpaid paternity leave do employers in the Information Services: Diversified industry offer?

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  • 11 9
  • 6 9
  • 3 3
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Maternity Leaves Taken at Thomson Reuters

  • Lady Mack 8 weeks paid 4 weeks unpaid
  • lawyer Girl 12 weeks paid 0 weeks unpaid
  • Madam AM27 12 weeks paid 26 weeks unpaid
  • Lady BabyJSunshine 12 weeks paid 12 weeks unpaid
  • Lady anon92 12 weeks paid 0 weeks unpaid
  • Lady Copper 12 weeks paid 14 weeks unpaid
  • Lady Ridge 8 weeks paid 4 weeks unpaid
  • Madam Editor 12 weeks paid 2 weeks unpaid
  • Madam HR 12 weeks paid 4 weeks unpaid
  • Lady Career Advancement 12 weeks paid 0 weeks unpaid
  • anon1261 12 weeks paid 14 weeks unpaid
  • AnonNYC 12 weeks paid 4 weeks unpaid
  • 12 weeks paid 14 weeks unpaid
  • newsaholic 12 weeks paid 8 weeks unpaid
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Thomson Reuters Maternity Leave Comments

  • "The company is pretty flexible with hours at least in my department. I work 8:30-5, but I could work 7:30-4 or 10-6:30 if I had an appointment. They have upped paid maternity leave from 8 weeks to 12 weeks. Work-life balance is pretty good. When I leave, I'm not expected to be doing any work until my shift starts the next day. I am able to work from home a couple of days of week as well." - Lady Mack
  • "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!" - Madam AM27
  • "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." - Lady anon92
  • "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." - Madam HR
  • "They have beautiful nursing rooms and were incredibly flexible allowing me time to pump as often as I needed when I returned to work after maternity leave. " - AnonNYC
  • "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 - 9143
  • "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 - 11005
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