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Senior Project Manager

Thomson Reuters London, England

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

23 days ago

Senior Project Manager/External Consultant/Pre Sales Support Job - See more

Thomson Reuters Karlsruhe

for this position are to - manage Converis implementation projects and finalize them in time and budget, - organize the client communication using…

10 days ago

Senior Strategy Manager, IP & Science

Thomson Reuters London, England

Senior Strategy Manager, IP & Science Main Purpose of Role: This role is a valuable member of the IP&S central strategy team. The individual will be… Adzuna

30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer

Thomson Reuters Exmouth, England +3 locations

of the job Technical - Liaise with the Project Manager and other members of… Adzuna

30+ days ago

ONESOURCE Determination SAP Senior Consultant

Thomson Reuters London, England

of Position We are currently seeking a self motivated SAP Implementation Consultant with experience of ONESOURCE determination projects and SAP… Adzuna

4 days ago

Global Strategy Mgmt 3

Thomson Reuters London, England

Main Purpose of Role: This role is a valuable member of the IP&S central strategy team. The individual will be responsible for developing and… Adzuna

30+ days ago

Senior Manager, Indirect Tax, EMEA

Thomson Reuters London, England

The role has overall engagement responsibility for the delivery of professional services to implement the ONESOURCE Indirect Tax Compliance and… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Senior Executive- Project Support Management

Thomson Reuters Mumbai

Company profile: Pangea3, a Thomson Reuters business, is the global leader in legal outsourcing services. Pangea3’s awards and industry recognition… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Application Support Engineer

Thomson Reuters Bangalore

–We are seeking to recruit Application Support Engineer to support our Infrastructure, production data and applications. This position is based out… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sr software Engineer

Thomson Reuters Bangalore

1. Meet with business stakeholders and other technical team members to gather and analyze application requirements2. Design database solutions to… Glassdoor

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    Mgmt expectations are pitiful and absolutely stagnant growth

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    Former Employee - Software QA Engineer  in  Arlington, VA
    Former Employee - Software QA Engineer in Arlington, VA

    I worked at Thomson Reuters full-time for more than 10 years


    The only PRO is that it's a large company with possible options in other segments


    Business vision and model are outdated. The strategy is to beat the current fiscal year expectations with minimal planning towards building future competitive advantages.

    Management expects employees to work in their roles for 5 years or more without questioning about growth options in terms of position or compensation. If the employee achieves a few years seniority, the managers typically play a waiting game for these folks to leave the company - trying to get rid of the talent pool and potential threat for their survival. Once these employees leave, the managers portray that they have managed successful execution of the business goals with being under-staffed and have gone through huge pains - not even once letting the company's executive team become aware of the lost talent, the reasons for losing human capital and how the company is being hurt by these strategies.

    This is really pitiful in terms of the stagnant growth the employees experience in some segments. Due to it's size and hierarchy, manager's personal preferences, talent is not always encouraged, human capital is not always the top priority.

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