The parental leave is solid and enhanced to give time for families to bond.
Nice health, dental and vision insurance selections, 401k match, generous PTO
401k plan, work from home , vacation and time of,take sick as needed, but market in this area pays more than Thomson Reuters
The best thing is the 12 weeks of paid time off when you have a child. The worst thing is $600 surcharge you get hit with when you have dual insurance coverage.
Decent benefit package. Compensation is very low. Old employees are still getting low bonus. Gas 401 k matching at 4 percent.
Decent package. Flexible. Thomson Reuters is a decent company to work for with flexibility to work from home in case of emergency. Benefits are comparable to most fortune 500 companies.
We used to play a game each fall called "guess what benefit gets cut next". The health insurance was horrible, the other benefits were mediocre at best, and every year they trimmed them further and further.
Excellent 401(k) and insurance benefits.
Good time off policy, but you have to be there 20 years to earn more time after earning another week off at 5 years. Floating holidays and sick days also offered. Matching 401k and reasonable employee contribution cost towards insurance (as a single person anyway)! Three tiers offered, including a HDHP with HSA.
Not bad- pretty standard package for the industry, but nothing to write home about
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.