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"Please try harder to keep jobs in this country -- stop outsourcing work to India and China."

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Current Employee - Senior Publishing Specialist in Cleveland, OH
Current Employee - Senior Publishing Specialist in Cleveland, OH
No opinion of CEO

Pros

Besides the mandatory "core hours" of 9:30 to 3pm, hours are flexible. It's also possible to work a 4-day, 10 hour workweek. Basically, as long as you work 40 hours/week, when you work those hours are basically up to you. There's also lots of opportunity to work from home if necessary, i.e., if your child is sick.

Cons

Because the Cleveland office is relatively small, there is very little opportunity for advancement, unless you consider moving to one of the bigger offices is Rochester, New York or Eagan, Minnesota.
Upper management doesn't know what's really going on around the office and tends to promote and praise employees who don't necessarily deserve it.

Advice to Management

promote the employees who really deserve it.

Other Employee Reviews for Thomson Reuters

  1. Helpful (1)

    "Good values, good place."

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    Former Employee - Manager in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Manager in New York, NY
    Recommends
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    Great adherence to strong values in helping to inform 1B people around the world each day. It feels good, and people deeply care. The company also has good benefits in areas, reflecting its European roots. At the same time, people are driven, and there's a supportive culture. Management is savvy, although it can work harder at offering more transparency to employees. It can be hard to see what's going on at the top at times. The culture is also somewhat risk-averse, stemming from the traditional (and valuable) trust principles that drive Reuters, but management is receptive to innovative ideas if people want to run with them.

    Cons

    Reorgs can happen with greater frequency than one might hope.

    Advice to Management

    Help the culture and pride shine in the US as it does in Europe.


  2. "It could be a lot worse."

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Ann Arbor, MI
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Ann Arbor, MI
    Recommends
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    This location has many great people. Decent benefits and salaries.

    Cons

    Like all workplaces there are politics that is demotivating. Upper management has very little transparency.

    Advice to Management

    Be more open. And not the artificial openness we see now.

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