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Good people, positive reputation - a good place to work

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Current Employee - Director in San Francisco, CA
Current Employee - Director in San Francisco, CA

I have been working at Thomson Reuters

Pros

In my personal experience, management and staff are intelligent and willing to work together. People are very helpful and cooperative. I seem to be involved with a pretty good crowd.

Cons

Being a large company, there is some bureaucracy in the business processes. It often takes too much time and way too many meetings to get things done.

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Keep up the good work. Communication from senior leadership to the rest of the company is quite good. Let's continue to create a positive environment for all involved.

At a lower level, product design is disparate in Healthcare & Science. Need to create a cohesive look and message with properly positioned flagship products. Start with a marketing and sales strategy in the immediate term. Senior level product designers are needed to give the flagships a cosmetic facelift even if functionality does not change.

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    Current Employee - Project Manager in Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Project Manager in Chicago, IL

    I have been working at Thomson Reuters

    Pros

    Great brand. Well established corporate structure and HR processes. Corporate wide, good sharing of information about technology, etc. Professional and amiable atomosphere.

    Cons

    You're stuck in a division. Not much opportunity to change roles without taking on risk to your career. No real career path definition, or assistance in helping you in that area. I've noticed that almost every senior manager...well looks like a senior manager. Tall, attractive, corporate looking.

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    The corporate structure obviously drives efficiencies. However, the amount of reorgs has been to much recently. This is no doubt due to economic challenges, but its kind of a buzz saw. Makes lower level employees uneasy.

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    NLP, data mining, machine learning

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    Current Employee - Senior Research Scientist in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Senior Research Scientist in New York, NY

    I have been working at Thomson Reuters

    Pros

    Large business when many career avenues and opportunities. Family friendly management, relatively competetive pay practices. Many business units, first in their respective market.

    Cons

    Depending on the department you're in work can range from fast-paced and exciting to catotonic. Still large business lacking a vitality often found in smaller businesses.

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    Less hierarchical structure. Pay structure limiting ALL business units and department to the same flat percentage increase makes no sense at all... other than to take the politics and headache out of more flexible structure.

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