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30+ days ago

Account Representative LLF- Newark/Cherry Hill/ New Brunswick, NJ

Thomson Reuters Newark, NJ

• Demonstrates strong customer relationship skills by cultivating, maintaining, and engaging customers on TR and Westlaw products in order to promote… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Architect, Identity Access Management

Thomson Reuters New York, NY

Collaborate with technology peers and business partners to implement platform solutions surrounding Identity Access Management (IAM) system. Own and… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Sales Executive (Small Law Firms)- New York, NY

Thomson Reuters New York, NY

The Sales Executive in the Small Law Channel is responsible for retaining and growing their existing account base and acquiring new accounts within… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Sales Consultant - Manhattan

Thomson Reuters New York, NY

FindLaw, a Thomson Reuters business, is the world’s leading provider of online legal information and Internet marketing solutions for law firms… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Contract Regulatory Analyst – OTC Documentation Project

Thomson Reuters New York, NY

Pangea3 provides a variety of services to support Risk & Compliance technology solutions, and is the global leader in legal outsourcing… Thomson Reuters

26 days ago

Senior Analyst, Strategic Marketing

Thomson Reuters New York, NY

Thomson Reuters (Markets) LLC seeks Senior Analyst, Strategic Marketing(New York, NY) involved in the developmentand implementation of cohesive… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Software Engineer

Thomson Reuters New York, NY

Develop the software that will support the next generation of ultra-low latency news delivery, to help Thomson Reuters maintain our leading position… Thomson Reuters

13 days ago

Legal Product Specialist- New York/Boston

Thomson Reuters New York, NY

This LPS position is an integral member of the field sales team and requires strong technical knowledge and a detailed understanding of the legal… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Summer Intern Program 2015 - F&R and Reuters (Business)

Thomson Reuters New York, NY

We are seeking talented students for consideration in our Summer Internship Program at Thomson Reuters. We have designed an 11-week program that… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Commercial Specialist

Thomson Reuters New York, NY

Job Duties: Responsible forThird Party Content strategy. Provideprofessional advise on suitable Third Party suppliers, negotiating contracts, and… Thomson Reuters

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    Great benefits but room for improvement

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    Current Employee - Operations Controller in Nutley, NJ
    Current Employee - Operations Controller in Nutley, NJ

    I have been working at Thomson Reuters


    Thomson Reuters Corp is a large and stable company with very good benefits, flexible work schedules for employees and lots of vacation time given to new employees.


    There are some downsides of working at Thomson Reuters. The culture tends to be quite bureaucratic and conforming to process is generally valued more than actual work-related accomplishments like solving a problem for a customer. There are constant training classes and eLearning seminars for new products and systems and almost none of it is applicable to most jobs.
    The pay is not great but you accept that since you're getting 4 and 5 weeks vacation and they let you work four 10-hour shifts.

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    I would tell Senior Management that they should start removing some layers of middle-managers and then grant more autonomy to the lower-level managers and team-leads. There seem to be middle-managers who exist only to break your chops about doing TPS reports...
    Also, they need to streamline some of the administrative overhead that adds to our workload so we can devote more of our workday to problems that affect clients.

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