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21 days ago

Regional Sales Executive (ERP Sales Professional)

Thomson Reuters Los Angeles, CA

• Develop territory/account plans to achieve goals and exceed quota responsibility. • Maximize Indirect Tax opportunities while providing value… Thomson Reuters


4 days ago

Account Executive - Practical Law

Thomson Reuters Los Angeles, CA

The Account Executive is responsible for selling PLC products to the legal community within their assigned territory. Individual leverages his/her… Thomson Reuters


14 days ago

Senior Software Engineer (Applications)

Thomson Reuters Culver City, CA

Under close supervision of Development Manager, Technology, design, develop & troubleshoot Web-based software development platform & applications… Thomson Reuters


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    Last four years - tumultuous - constant organization and management changes.

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    Current Employee - Sales in Los Angeles, CA
    Current Employee - Sales in Los Angeles, CA

    I have been working at Thomson Reuters full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    The people I work with, work-life balance, ability to telecommute, our clients.
    Good benefits.

    Cons

    Lots of layers of middle managers who create work for others and are far removed from the client.
    Continual senior level changes which have been stressful for employees and clients.
    Continual branding changes which is confusing to clients.
    Migrating to a flatter organization, however, in doing so, many functions such as sales opps, etc.. have been centralized and become so big that there is no accountability to senior management.
    Company and management full of C players.
    Lower pay than comparable jobs at other companies.
    In the past, company was highly ethical - core company values are being stretched by too big departments.

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