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22 days ago

Director, Project Management

Thomson Reuters United States-New York-New York-USA-New York-195 Broadway

also include overseeing a team of project management professionals and developing and evolving project management procedures and processes. Duties… Thomson Reuters


28 days ago

Account Director

Thomson Reuters Philadelphia, PA +2 locations

- Strategic Planning: Develop and execute against strategic account plans… Thomson Reuters


12 days ago

Quality Assurance Analyst

Thomson Reuters United States-Pennsylvania-Philadelphia-USA-Philadelphia-Spring Gdn St

The Thomson Reuters GoldTier team builds software that is focused on providing Client Onboarding and KYC solutions to financial institutions with… Thomson Reuters


13 days ago

Research Associate - Projects Monitor

Thomson Reuters United States

• To gather business information to create comprehensive and accurate company and project profiles. • Maintain the company and projects database… Thomson Reuters


15 days ago

Corporate Investigative Sales Consultant - DC/Northern VA

Thomson Reuters Washington, DC

• Maximize all selling opportunities by learning and selling all available solutions as applicable. • CLEAR, CLEAR EDD, Westlaw Public Records, WL… Thomson Reuters


24 days ago

Business Development Manager

Thomson Reuters Canada-Ontario-Toronto-CAN-TORONTO-333 Bay Street +2 locations

Thomson Reuters (TR) is building a Service that will ensure that the global financial community can clearly identify who its corporate customers are… Thomson Reuters


13 days ago

Sales Consultant - New Mexico

Thomson Reuters United States

FindLaw, a Thomson Reuters business, is the world’s leading provider of online legal information and Internet marketing solutions for law firms… Thomson Reuters


10 days ago

Technical Systems Engineer

Thomson Reuters United States

This technical position is responsible for supporting 150 AIX based systems and their resident applications. The servers are used to provide multiple… Thomson Reuters


15 days ago

VP, Executive Compensation

Thomson Reuters United States

The VP of Executive Compensation Reporting will report to the Senior Vice President, Total Rewards and will be responsible for ongoing assessment and… Thomson Reuters


3 days ago

ERP Integration QA Analyst (Microsoft Dynamics AX/GP) – new

Thomson Reuters Lake Oswego, OR

• Business process testing of all relevant modules integrated with Indirect Tax • Analyze test coverage and results to ensure functionality… Thomson Reuters


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    Repetitive, underpaid work. Good flexibility.

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    I worked at Thomson Reuters part-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Overall the people working here are knowledgable and friendly. They were incredibly flexible with work days an hour which made it easy to balance other life commitments around work. The training provided was very comprehensive.

    Cons

    Very dissatisfied with the performance review mechanisms. Managers would be reluctant to mark someone as needing improvement due to the mountain of paperwork that would flow from that. The effect of this was the people who did the bare minimum getting a slightly smaller (1%) pay increase less than those who had 'exceeded expectations'. There were very few incentives to work hard in this organisations. People were promoted based on how long they had worked there and how old they were, not how competent. This meant a lot of teams were top-heavy.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Reward and acknowledge high-performing employees better and more often.
    - Put in place a sliding scale of performance management for under-performing employees so that managers are not as reluctant to identify someone as under-performing.
    - Invest more in junior staff and provide them with better opportunities for progression as they are your future!

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