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20 days ago

Analyst - Trade Confirmation Drafting

Thomson Reuters London, England

At Thomson Reuters, we believe what we do matters. We are passionate about our work, inspired by the impact it has on our business and our customers… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

European Journalism Internship

Thomson Reuters London, England

Our six-week paid internships offer a crash course in hands-on reporting. Each intern will report to a senior editor and be assigned a journalist… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Senior Developer/Technologist

Thomson Reuters London, England

Thomson Reuters seeks a very senior technologist. This person must have a proven record of delivering and the ability to juggle multiple projects and… Thomson Reuters

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    Most colleagues are good and knowledgeable about their work. Pleasantly surprised by pay offered. HR department efficient and not overbearing.

    I find myself trusted far more than at previous employers.


    Functions are scattered across various locations, leading to a large meetings burden and confused job roles.

    Support services often unbelievably bad. Procedure for procurement slapdash, department needs to be constantly chivvied into action. Staff on IT helpdesk really unable to offer help as they know less about IT than I do. If call appears to be difficult it is quietly closed.

    Intranet getting filled with junk.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Concentrate staff who need to cooperate onto one, maybe two sites. Locate support services as far as possible in the same building as the staff whom they are supposed to support. Employ fewer more talented support staff. Stop undermining staff working on quality products by simultaneously marketing cheaper low-quality "alternatives".

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