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30+ days ago

Technical Solutions Architect

Thomson Reuters Wayne, PA

Technical Solutions Architects are responsible for the specification design, development and implementation of custom software projects for our… Thomson Reuters


30+ days ago

QA Software Engineer

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


30+ days ago

Sr. 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


30+ days ago

Senior DBA

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


30+ days ago

Senior Conversion Analyst

Thomson Reuters Wayne, PA

/ Accountabilities: Responsible for developing, in conjunction with the client and Elite project manager, the conversion strategy for assigned… Thomson Reuters


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    It's a big, fat hotbed of politics and backstabbing.

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    Pros

    Decent pay and benefits, interesting products, lots of departments and locations if you want to move around. If you get a good boss, it could be okay for a while.

    Cons

    They lay off people in good times and bad. They get rid of talented long-time veterans and replace them with cheap, inexperienced labor in Ireland or India. They talk about the quality of their data, and it used to be true. But for a while it's been all talk. They cut departments to the point where people can't do their jobs well, are just trying to survive and will never be able to catch up, much less do something innovative or different. Politics determine promotions, certainly not competence. I've seen many prosper because of who they know. Certainly not because of what they know.

    Advice to Management

    Hire enough people to do the job right. Don't make announcements about how great your bottom line is and then lay off more people.


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