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  • It's that time again! The Thomson Reuters team is on the ground in Davos for the World Economic Forum's annual meeting, sharing exclusive news, insight, and commentary throughout the week.

    Stay tuned to and for the latest on #wef20.

  • We are excited to announce the launch of our new Instagram page!

    We think that working at Thomson Reuters is pretty great and that's why we're sharing our team moments from across the world on our new Instagram. Give us a follow!

  • We are proud to be named on Canada'sTop 100 Employers list! This is our 12th year in a row being named on the list! Learn more about what it's like to work at Thomson Reuters here:

  • Hear from our NA Diversity & Inclusion Lead, Elizabeth Nelson as she speaks about how you can help a global company create the real human connections that form high-performing & inclusive teams:

  • At Thomson Reuters, we know that our people are our greatest asset. And that is why we are so proud to have been named the HSBC Company of the Year at the European Diversity Awards.

    Thank you to the EDA for your 10 years of shining a light on D&I champions, and well done to all the nominees and winners!

  • Congratulations to Robert Head, the Head of Proposition, Core Law, Asia & Emerging Markets for being named on the 2019 OUTstanding LGBT+ Future Leaders list!

  • Canadian tech talent is second to none, but how do we foster a welcoming environment for women?

    Shawn Malhotra, CTO of Thomson Reuters Technology, shares his thoughts:

  • Yesterday, Thomson Reuters reported its third-quarter 2019 results. Read all about them:

  • Unconscious bias, recruitment and promotion hurdles, and impostor syndrome: these are just some of the factors that prevent women - especially women of color - from achieving success at work, according to a recent panel at Thomson Reuters “Equality at Work for Women of Color” event.

    Read more about the findings here:

    Building talent pipeline, promoting diverse leaders among best ways of achieving equality at work for women of color, panel says | Answers On

    Unconscious bias, recruitment and promotion hurdles, and impostor syndrome, are some of the factors that often prevent women, especially women of color, from achieving success at work, according to a recent panel at a Thomson Reuters-hosted "Equality at Work for Women of Color" event.

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