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Thomson Reuters Ann Arbor, MI Reviews

  • "Sales Development Representative"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Ann Arbor, MI
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Ann Arbor, MI
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Thomson Reuters full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Excellent Benefits
    Fair Wage
    Supportive Atmosphere
    Friendly People
    Remote work available

    Cons

    Company is so big that sometime4s things take a long time to happen

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Thomson Reuters Ann Arbor, MI Salaries

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Thomson Reuters Ann Arbor, MI Interviews

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    Training Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Ann Arbor, MI
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Thomson Reuters (Ann Arbor, MI) in November 2020.

    Interview

    I applied and the job was put on hold for many months due to the pandemic. I was then contacted by a recruiter and had a phone screening. The recruiter was highly competent, well-prepared, and courteous.

    Next, I had an interview with the hiring manager and one other manager. Based on the types of questions I was asked, I began to piece together the importance of navigating internal politics on this manager's team. The questions were mostly regarding how to navigate relationships instead of how to perform the job. They were apparently looking for someone with plenty of experience negotiating and firing people for a training manager role, when the job description only asked for 3 years of experience and didn't mention anything about managing or building a team. I was dismayed that politics appeared to play such a large role in a well-established organization where process should outweigh politics.

    The hiring manager I spoke with also asked whether I learned anything I didn't already know when I earned my Master's degree, which is a condescending question any way you spin it. He also made a snide comment about how my question wasn’t relevant to the job when I asked about the Trust Principles and performance and recognition at TR.

    Based on my experience with that manager, I would not have accepted an offer if one had been extended even with TR's stellar reputation as a company.

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