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Marketing Manager

Thomson Reuters New Delhi

Core Objectives: Individually contributes by providing strategic Marketing solutions that develop the business and build customer satisfaction a… Thomson Reuters

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    Professional Environment, Cooperative colleagues, Working with global companies, complex work in few projects, Opportunity to read and understand diverse contracts, Drafting and negotiating standards improved.


    No Legal Advice, Far from legal texts books and Indian law, Bad HR policies, very less earned leaves, long and rigid working hours, no overtime, sometimes discrimination on provincial grounds, stupid system of quality check increases turn around.

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    Should think about the betterment of employees coz a satisfied employee can deliver better work.

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