Compare Thomson Reuters vs WillowTree BETA

See how WillowTree vs. Thomson Reuters compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 8313 reviews)
(based on 187 reviews)
Career Opportunities
Compensation & Benefits
Work-life balance
Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
Thomson Reuters Ceo James C. Smith
85%James C. Smith
WillowTree Ceo Tobias A. Dengel
98%Tobias A. Dengel
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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What Employees Say

"Work life balance"(in 1612 reviews)
"Work environment"(in 606 reviews)
"Charlottesville"(in 22 reviews)
"Core values"(in 17 reviews)
"Upper management"(in 166 reviews)
"Senior management"(in 157 reviews)
"Charlottesville"(in 16 reviews)
"Work life balance"(in 15 reviews)
Featured Review

Current Employee - Business Development Representative

I have been working at Thomson Reuters full-time for less than a year


Amazing people, good learning and growth opportunities, and unbeatable benefits.


I can't say I have any cons.

"Solid Agency"Oct 22, 2019

Current Employee - Principal Product Designer

I have been working at WillowTree full-time


- I'm impressed by the leadership team. They communicate clearly. They're transparent. They give shoutouts to those who deserve it. They're willing to admit when they're wrong, and adapt accordingly.... They're inspiring. And here's maybe what is most important to me: they are clear that everything they do has a business goal. Even if something they do is deeply human, they don't try and trick you into the dangerous trap of thinking a company is a family. It's a team with a shared purpose — building products people love. - I'm impressed by the people. Folks here are nice human beings, but they also seem to care a lot about pushing themselves in their work. I like this, because my goal in working for a great company is not to make friends (that's what my personal life is for). I'm here to accomplish great things that I could't do on my own. I believe that's possible here. - I'm impressed with the workspace. Normally I qualify office accoutrements as the "sprinkles," but in many cases here it's the "ice cream." What I mean is that the office in Durham supports different work styles, and it's not just trying to be fancy. Open offices aren't great for me, but luckily there are many different places I can get my work done in the office. We have a library that is divine for an introvert who likes quiet, enjoys plants and plenty of sunlight, and appreciates quality interior design. The Charlottesville team has an incredible new office space in the works!


- It may seem strange to say this, but I think WillowTree has TOO many learning opportunities. There are so many people here hungry to educate, that I often feel like I can't absorb it all. However,... this is ultimately a great challenge, and I think they're actively working towards solving this problem. - In a similar vein, it might benefit the team for WillowTree to set the tone early on that saying "no" is OK. Folks are so enthusiastic to jump in that sometimes I think they can bite off too much. - Tech in conference rooms could be more intuitive. I know this seems petty, but with remote calls with clients being so vital, A/V needs to be effortless.

Advice to Management

Proceed and be bold.

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