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FindLaw, a Thomson Reuters business was by far the best company that I have ever worked for in my career. The lawyers are a lot of fun to work with, although they can be challenging at times. Thomson Reuters is a very respected company in the financial and legal sectors. The pay is excellent and support from headquarters is superior.
I resigned after four years of successful employment at Thomson Reuters to change industries.
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Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 6+ months – interviewed at FindLaw (Eagan, MN).
Met with the senior manager of the Subscription Services team and we talked about the types of projects that this team handled. We also discussed benefits, and I was told about the hiring freeze that was about to be implemented over the next six months
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There was a 6-month hiring freeze right after my interview, but once it was lifted they made an offer. It was $1000 a year less than what I'd made at my previous job, so I negotiated. The best I could get was the same salary, and since I was unemployed at the time (laid off), I took it.
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