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30+ days ago

Senior Quality Engineer

Thomson Reuters Beijing

• Review requirements for completeness and testability • Create and maintain test plans, test cases/scripts, and associated test documentation… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Senior QA Engineer

Thomson Reuters Beijing

- Work with technical and non-technical team members such as Product Managers, Project Managers, Software Developers, and Customer Service & Support… Thomson Reuters

27 days ago

Principal Software Engineer

Thomson Reuters Beijing

Thomson Reuters own a lot of data (PB level) with much higher value than industry average. Analysis on market pricing, patent, papers using modern… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Senior Software Developer

Thomson Reuters Beijing

• Independency and strong sense of ownership to solve problems and accountable for the quality of own work. • Good timekeeping; well self-managed… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Senior Release Engineer

Thomson Reuters Carrollton, TX

Senior Release Engineer will work closely with development teams creating build and deployment jobs. Works closely with a quality assurance team to… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Senior Quality Engineer (Media)

Thomson Reuters Beijing

This is a software development position. The successful candidate will be a part of the team building the next generation of rich media content… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Manager, Domain Engineering

Thomson Reuters Boise, ID

The Senior Engineer and Team Manager, Software Engineering will be responsible for software development and managing the software development team… Thomson Reuters

30+ days ago

Sales Engineer Asia

Thomson Reuters Beijing

The Sales Engineer leads major RFP and RFI responses for Thomson IP Manager software. They work closely with the local sales team, prospects and… Thomson Reuters

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    TR used to be a good place to work.

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    Working from home was really great when you need to go to the run errands midday. If you have a supportive and knowledgable manager then it's great place to work.


    I started at Thomson Legal before the merger with Reuters and benefits were great and you received annual increases more than 1%. After the merger everything went to the pits. Constant restructuring, layoffs, and general confusion about who worked with what product made it hard to do your job. Management never gave all information about the market when a new product was being launched, this made selling very hard, as you would visit customers and find out there were 30 other products on the market that did it better than your new product. There is an amazing lack of diversity in Legal, from Eagan to the field. Very few sales reps of color and not a lot of options for advancement. The health insurance is awful compared to other companies. If you are a field-based employee then you don't have a lot of options for advancement. It's really depressing when HR tells you that they are aware that management is a problem and they can't do anything.

    Advice to Management

    People don't trust HR. Managers get away with a lot of highly unethical things. Managers are transferred when they should be fired. Hire people of color...diversity is good. The constant layoffs, low raises, and slow product updates are hurting employees morale. The super high prices are also affecting your reputation in the market - you can't say we charge more because we're TR. Not everyone can afford to pay for travel and get reimbursed several weeks later.

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