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Solution Consultant - Accounts Production

Thomson Reuters London, England

Senior Solution Consultant ONESOURCE Accounts Production At Thomson Reuters, we deliver intelligent information quickly and efficiently, so… Adzuna


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Customer Service Consultant

Thomson Reuters Exmouth, England

We are the leading source of intelligent information for the world's businesses and professionals, providing customers with competitive advantage… Adzuna


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Lead Consultant, Professional Services: OWM

Thomson Reuters London, England

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Support Consultant

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Para Legal Associate - Financial Research Thomson Reuters India Pvt Ltd 1-5 yrs – new

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Intern/project Consultant - Intellectual Property, Biotech Thomson Reuters India – new

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Project Consultant - Shared Services Thomson Reuters India Pvt Ltd 1-2 yrs Mumba – new

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    Relatively low stress, but absolutely zero growth potential

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Attorney Editor
    Current Employee - Attorney Editor

    I have been working at Thomson Reuters full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    Friendly and smart colleagues, moderately flexible schedule, and managers rarely micromanage. OK work-life balance to the extent that you can be in by 9, and out by 5:30 every day.

    Cons

    Where to start? First and foremost, despite corporate rhetoric about supporting employee development, there is zero opportunity for career growth unless you are based in (or desire to move to) NYC or Minnesota. Even if you are genuinely interested in challenging yourself with a new role in the company, if you don't work for one of the divisions arbitrarily defined as "legal solutions", you'll be looked at as deadwood.

    When factoring in average education and experience, pay is abysmal unless you are in sales. After all, why would anyone expect Thomson Reuters to pay top dollar for the creative people who actual make, and update, the products, when they can just spend that money on an annual sales team junket to some warm vacation spot? In addition to pretty stagnant pay, the benefits have fallen precipitously over the past four years. Even financially-neutral perks like being able to "carry over" five days of unused vacation from one year to the next, have been eliminated in the name of "consistency across locations".

    So many functions, departments, and people have been outsourced or offshored in recent years that there remains little accountability for quality in any one place or team. As the old saying goes, when something is everyone's responsibility, it is no one's responsibility.

    Finally, there are constant reorganizations and changes of focus, which only serve to confuse rank-and-file employees every six months (not to mention generating additional fear of layoffs).

    All in all, Thomson Reuters remains a management-heavy bureaucracy, but without any of the perks, pay and benefits that formerly made it an attractive place to work.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    First, improve conditions for employees. You can't seriously expect to get the best out of people when you treat them as second-rate automatons.

    Second, craft a coherent growth vision that you can stick with for at least one calendar year.

    Third, appoint senior managers (Presidents, VPs) who have experience in both the geographic market and the content/product area.

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