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Manager of Equity Derivatives Product

Thomson Reuters London, England

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Corp Tech - Technical Project Manager

Thomson Reuters London, England

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Senior Strategy Manager, IP & Science

Thomson Reuters London, England

Senior Strategy Manager, IP & Science Main Purpose of Role: This role is a valuable member of the IP&S central strategy team. The individual will be… Adzuna


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Business Development Executive (Findlaw)

Thomson Reuters London, England

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European Account Manager

Thomson Reuters London, England

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Senior Account Manager - In House

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Strategic Account Manager

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Account Manager - Legal Sales

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Inside Account Manager, Patents

Thomson Reuters London, England

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Equity Product Risk Analyst

Thomson Reuters London, England

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    Great colleagues, great career opportunity

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    Current Employee - Vice President, Human Resources  in  London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Vice President, Human Resources in London, England (UK)

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

    Pros

    I've had five roles and two significant changes in level during my five years with the company, and have seen many others have similarly interesting career development. Due to the breadth and nature of what the company does, if you are flexible and proactive, then there is plenty of career opportunity available.

    The company is in the midst of a transformation - and has been in a constant state of flux for years. This change does feel different, however, with a much greater sense of purpose, and results starting to show. It is very strong on virtual collaboration. There is a big network of Telepresence and VC, and WebEx connect is used well, as well as the social intranet which is highly trafficked and gives a good opportunity to engage with people globally whom you otherwise wouldn't get to know.

    It also has some very strong business resource groups: I'm an active member of Pride at Work, for LGBT employees and friends, which is a close-knit global network. The company has done a lot to demonstrate its support for LGBT employees, with a big presence at Pride in London, for instance, and statements in support of marriage equality in the UK and Minnesota.

    I really enjoy my co-workers, who are both smart and have high levels of integrity. Like any organisation, there are plenty of challenges as well as opportunities: but for all the ups and downs of working here, of the five employers I've worked for, Thomson Reuters is my favourite.

    Cons

    It's not the most exciting of companies: it could do with more buzz, and more energy and optimism. Things take time to change - but when you look back on the improvements in the last three years, if the same level of change can happen in the next three years then the company will be in really, really good shape.

    Leaders need to get out and engage more, get more face time with employees, and show their human face a bit more often. From another perspective, employees need to think about the role they play in making the company a better place to work - and take ownership of that; many already do so, but it'd have a big impact if people were even more proactive.

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    Jazz things up! Engage more directly with staff. Lead with the heart as well as the head. Help employees understand where we are headed, their role in that - and also ensure people understand where we've come from and the progress we've made.

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