Overall Reviews at Thomson Reuters
Recruiter | Remote | Nov 25, 2019
They are a good company but need to get there act together. I left a job to join their firm to go full-time and they seriously miss-lead people after placing over 55+ people within 6 months.
Facilities Technician | Eagan, MN | Oct 18, 2019
The entire company was outsourced
A typical work day Rounds, work orders, meeting with contractors and vendors
Before being outsourced the management was the best I have ever worked for.
After being outsourced with new management they had no clue what to do
Business Development Representative | Eagan, MN | Feb 7, 2020
Competitive but a fun and great company to work for
My time at Thomson Reuters was very enjoyable. Working in a competitive sales environment teaches you a lot about yourself as a person. It brings out the good ad competitiveness in ones self.
Editor | New York, NY | Feb 28, 2020
It has good points and bad points.
Good place to work. I work remotely. Good aspect is I have learned how to use Thomson's Reuters tools and database. Bad point is that work is repetitive.
Senior Customer Service Representative | Remote | Sep 16, 2019
Recent take over
When the financial division under the TR umbrella merged with the department i was working for; Tax & Accounting, it was handled more like a takeover than a merger.
Director of Administration | New York, NY | Mar 25, 2020
Its a good place to work, I'm pretty frustrated that I'm being made to fill out this box. I have work to do and I really resent indeed hijacking my time in this way
Technical Product Manager | New York, NY | Oct 14, 2019
Good company but...
I will always be grateful to Thomson Reuters for all the opportunities it afforded me through the years. I learned so much in the many years that I was there and, because of that, my career flourished. I also met a lot of great people there, many of whom became real friends. For a while there it seemed like we were working as a single family. Loyalty, employee engagement and morale were very high.
However, after several successive years of layoffs (oftentimes more than once a year) especially after the 2008 merger, employee morale suffered. Oftentimes these layoffs were timed during the holidays - which made them even worse.
In my latter years there, I couldn't really understand how some people advanced, or some very productive and smart people were let go. When many respected and highly intelligent and productive people were let go due to what seemed like politics, no one felt safe anymore.
Which is too bad. This was a company that many people used to truly believe in...
Senior Director | New York, NY | Jan 28, 2020
Intellectually stimulating environment but stuck in their old ways in an industry that is changing every second
At the time company was much larger and offered many opportunities for learning and growing. Unfortunately, company has not been able to transform quickly enough to keep up with changes in the industry. As a result, the yearly threat of lay-offs made for a very stressful environment.
Technical Support Analyst | Rochester, NY | Sep 26, 2018
Was a great place to work for
Thomson was a great place to work for before they attempted to outsource a fair amount of groups and now they are suffering as a result and having to sell off divisions. They made too many acquisitions and one big wrong which impacted their financial position.
Sales Representative | New York, NY | Aug 31, 2018
Excellent customer service but little meaningful product innovation
Overall, TR is a good, reliable company. However, its legal technology offerings are dramatically behind the times; TR is easily overshadowed by startups with more market-aligned, less expensive offerings. Its prices are not justified, resulting in a high-churn sales force.