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Lead Database Administrator

Thomson Reuters Media, PA

continual process and quality improvements. Develop extensive documentation of all stored procedures in support of onshore and offshore front-end… Thomson Reuters


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Technical Project Manager

Thomson Reuters Media, PA

• Primary point of contact for client on project and support questions. • Communicates and reports status to executives, customers, and all other… Thomson Reuters


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    Executive Management Just Wants "To Manage The Message"

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    Current Employee - Director in Philadelphia, PA
    Current Employee - Director in Philadelphia, PA

    I have been working at Thomson Reuters full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    You just have to work up to a competent level and remember not to volunteer for any projects. This is no reward to hard work other than get more work at same pay. The Human Resources function is the worst in Corporate America as they protect the worst common denominator of lazy employee while the productive employees get beat down by the process.

    A Bad Process beats down Good People every time. ThomasReuters is the living example. Lazy employees love this place for the lack of demands on them that they have to pay attention to. A Manager's speech about doing things better, more efficient, etc. is just "White Noice" to be forgotten as soon as its heard.

    Cons

    Eagan, Minn is the perfect location for a Passive Aggressive Management Team that say "Yes" to everything and they immediately search for a way to get out of the work, including dumping it on their Peers.

    Management is going through its newest cost cutting process to outsource everything possible, including the entire Accounting & Finance Function. "Move it to India" is the new battle cry.

    Finally, good luck getting hired here for Human Resources is run poorly out of Egan, Minn and they rely on the computer to do all their work - which means nothing gets done and people can't get through to be hired.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    As former Cowboy Head Coach Jerry Jones used to say, "Anyone can Talk the Talk, but can your Walk the Walk?" In thirty years of Corporate America, I've never seen a Management Team that is a complete disconnect between the Message and the Actions.

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