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30+ days ago

Enterprise Government Global Business Director

Thomson Reuters Philadelphia, PA

• Work with senior and executive-level decision-makers to determine strategic goals and plans for government sector, with specific focus on… Thomson Reuters


30+ days ago

Full-Stack Engineer, Java

Thomson Reuters Philadelphia, PA

We are currently seeking a dynamic Full-Stack Engineer with a Java Focus to join the GoldTier team to work on developing interesting technologies in… Thomson Reuters


30+ days ago

Software Developer

Thomson Reuters Philadelphia, PA

The Thomson Reuters GoldTier team builds software that is focused on providing Client Onboarding and KYC solutions to financial institutions with… Thomson Reuters


30+ days ago

Regional Account Manager

Thomson Reuters Philadelphia, PA

• Products lines and information solutions include web based workflow tools to assist the research, management, analysis and benchmarking process… Thomson Reuters


30+ days ago

Clinical Solutions Director

Thomson Reuters Philadelphia, PA

The right candidate will be a clinician with experience in designing and/or implementing clinical trials who has also worked at a high level within… Thomson Reuters


30+ days ago

Proposal Coordinator/Writer - RFP Response & Management

Thomson Reuters Philadelphia, PA

The Intellectual Property and Science (IP&S) division of Thomson Reuters (TR) provides intelligent information and solutions to corporations… Thomson Reuters


30+ days ago

Account Director

Thomson Reuters Philadelphia, PA

- Strategic Planning: Develop and execute against strategic account plans… Thomson Reuters


11 days ago

Lead Software Engineer - Java

Thomson Reuters Media, PA

Thomson Reuters Court Management Solutions is the leading provider of enterprise software for trial and appellate courts nationwide. Our C-Track… Thomson Reuters


13 days ago

Software Engineer - Java

Thomson Reuters Media, PA

Thomson Reuters Court Management Solutions is the leading provider of enterprise software for trial and appellate courts nationwide. Our C-Track… Thomson Reuters


11 days ago

Sr. Desk Editor

Thomson Reuters Wayne, PA

• Ensures news is quickly edited to a high standard of accuracy, balance, style, objectivity and reliable sourcing using AP style and The Bluebook… Thomson Reuters


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    Current Employee - Manager in Philadelphia, PA
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    I have been working at Thomson Reuters full-time (More than 8 years)

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    Pros

    TR is definitely a leader in the industry, though the company doesn't seem to know what to do with its market power. The products are top-notch and the people are talented. The work is engaging and employees really care about their work. The company provides flexible work/life balance polices, for the most part.

    Cons

    Leadership and vision are lacking. Focus is on cuts, cuts, cuts. There is no real strategy for growth. Leadership lacks the guts to take chances, the wisdom build things the right way and the patience to allow projects to grow. In addition, workers are not valued. They are considered interchangeable "chairs." The company has spent the last several years nickel-and-diming employees in every way possible (i.e. wages, timing of raises, bonuses, benefits, work expenses), while the highest executives see raises. Morale is down, turnover is rising and too many good people are leaving.

    Advice to Management

    Management needs to stop gouging its employees and start focusing on growing the business, again. Starving something is never a way to grow it. Also, the constant reorganization must stop! Pick a strategy and stick with it! Every six months, another major leadership change is made just for the sake of making a change. The company spends the next year implementing "changes," only to blow it up and start all over again. Not a good strategy to attract investors.


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