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I loved my internship at Thomson Reuters!

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Former Employee - Technology Intern  in  Eagan, MN (US)
Former Employee - Technology Intern in Eagan, MN (US)

I worked at Thomson Reuters as an intern for less than a year

Pros

I was just an intern and I was paid very well. My coworkers were fun to work with, my boss was excellent to work for, and the onsite cafeteria and restaurants were amazing!

Cons

It's easy to get lost in the huge campus. The company is so large and acquiring other companies every week. You tend to lose track of what the company's goals are.

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    Untold Secrets

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    Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer  in  Bangalore (India)
    Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer in Bangalore (India)

    I worked at Thomson Reuters full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    1) You can enjoy your stay if you are a Lead, Architect or Manager, since all they do is browse internet, Read mails and meetings and go home (most of them ).
    2) More number of annual leaves.
    3) Compensation can be a better aspect but depends on your previous salary.

    Cons

    1) This is a level 3 company they don't follow process at all. whatever lead/Manager/Architect says that is the process.
    2) Most of the projects use all open source free tools.
    3) Onsite opportunity 0. If you are lucky you will get at max 1 week
    4) Even HR decisions is biased my manager
    5) No technical trainings at all.
    7) Unfriendly Hr's
    8) Not a good company for freshers/junior-mid level candidates,coz you don't learn anything here.
    9) Manager always supports leads/Architects they never listen to other members of the team.
    10) Lot or Politics, favoritism and discrimination happens here. Sometimes you have to beg when you want something from manager.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    1) There are lot of junk employees(Leads, Architects or Managers ) who just come to office browse internet, and use office facilities please identify these people and take necessary action. Since they are taking huge amount of salary every month.
    2) Care for freshers/junior/mid-level candidates
    3) Hr's are very unfriendly they always listen to Manager. Hr's should be employee friendly.
    4) Seek employee feed back (by doing surveys) about company at least once or twice in a year.
    5) Try to get feed back for managers/architects at least once a year from leads/mid-level/junior employees.
    6) Recommend all managers and architects to do PMP/Architect certification.
    7) Care/Listen to employees at the end employees are back bone of every organization.

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    If you have the right skills and right attitude, it is a great place to be

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    Current Employee - Learning Consultant  in  Bangalore (India)
    Current Employee - Learning Consultant in Bangalore (India)

    I have been working at Thomson Reuters full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    It is the Work culture & environment

    Cons

    There is nothing i would like to state

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Performance has always been important and key factor. Please keep only this factor to lead to success of the company and its employees. Also transparency equally matters.

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