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22 days ago

Technology Intern (Boston, MA)

Thomson Reuters Boston, MA

Contribute individually and/or as a team member to support a designated functional area, analyze business processes, and work towards goals and… Thomson Reuters


27 days ago

Regional Account Manager

Thomson Reuters Boston, MA

The Regional Account Manager is responsible for driving revenue within an assigned territory through prospecting, following up on marketing… Thomson Reuters


5 days ago

Corporate National Accounts - Account Executive - Boston/NY

Thomson Reuters Boston, MA

• Effectively demonstrate and sell all products across the product bag within 12 months of hire. • Effectively partner with… Thomson Reuters


2 days ago

Senior Software Engineer – new

Thomson Reuters Boston, MA

Senior Software Engineer West Publishing Corp. –Elite Division Write, modify, integrate & test software code using .NET Framework, SOAP, XML… Thomson Reuters


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    HIgh production quotas, risk takers rewarded until the inevitable happens

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    Former Employee - Trademark Analyst in North Quincy, MA
    Former Employee - Trademark Analyst in North Quincy, MA

    I worked at Thomson Reuters full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    Lower management was fantastic, training was thorough and precise

    Cons

    quotas for analysts were quite high when I left. In order to help me make quota they assigned an extremely productive analyst to train me. I made progress, but not enough. When they asked me to comment on the special training I said "this guy is taking low probability, high stakes risks and he will cost you a million eventually." I left and got a better job. The analyst who was glorified for his productivity cost them that million (they self-insured for the first loss) then cost their insurance company another million within a year of my departure.

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    It's been a long time since I was there. Good luck

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