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Manager - Engineering (Current Employee) Salt Lake City, UT

ProsThomson is Salt Lake has dedicated, knowledgeable people. They are some of the best people that I have ever worked with. There is a good sense of camaraderie.

ConsThomson as a parent company has not paid much attention to us; they don't seem interested in investing in our future.

Advice to Senior ManagementInvest in the future, not just this quarters returns. This isn't a high-growth business but can be profitable with a little attention.

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    still a lot to do

    Senior Member of Technical Staff (Current Employee) Princeton, NJ

    I have been working at Thomson


    Pros: Princeton is a nice location to live. The house is more affordable than other cities with more similar jobs. The school districts in neighboring townships,… Cons: The company has not been successful in branding itself in the United States. When introducing the company to others, they may think about Thomson Financial,… Advice to Senior Management: Every time a site was opened and then closed, it came at a cost of losing employees who weren't willing to relocate.… More
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    • Disapproves of CEO

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    Scared monkeys sitting at a round table

    Executive (Current Employee) Los Angeles, CA

    I have been working at Thomson


    Pros: international company; diversified assets and areas of operation; multinational employee population;… Cons: multinational employee population (cross cultural misunderstanding); lack of top-level executive vision or leadership; lack of identity; weak long-term research investment; fragmented disciplines; siloed departments; no… Advice to Senior Management: take the time to explore, develop, and implement clear and consistent strategy; give executive staff the reins; make decisions and stick with them for more… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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