We are thrilled to have been named a Great Place to Work in India. Thank you so much to all of our employees who have made this possible! #WorkingAtTR
We are thrilled to have been named a Great Place to Work in India. Thank you so much to all of our employees who have made this possible!
Thomson Reuters announces yesterday the appointment of Steve Hasker as president and chief executive officer, succeeding Jim Smith. The company also announced that Mike Eastwood, currently senior vice president and head of corporate finance, will succeed Stephane Bello as current chief financial officer. These organizational changes are made as the company reported its fourth-quarter and full-year 2019 results, marking the eighth consecutive year that it had met or exceeded its earnings guidance, and achieving 4% revenue growth. Read more about our organization changes here.
Thomson Reuters has offices in over 100 countries around the world. Each office has a slightly different culture and character. Interview processes vary by office, too, and every hiring manager has a different approach to finding the best fit for their team. As such, there is no perfect formula for preparing for your interview with Thomson Reuters. You can give yourself your best chance, however, by learning about the shared values and mission that bind all Thomson Reuters employees together.
Employees engage with employers and brand when they feel valued. Lets hear Soumya Bhupalam talks about her 10 year career with Thomson Reuters. Thomson Reuters has been more like a family with great values and culture and I am extremely happy and proud to be a part of this wonderful organization. I joined TR on November 16th 2009 and I have completed 10 years with this amazing organization. My journey with TR has been awesome, which gave me an opportunity to work on multiple projects. Initially I was assigned to CD ROM project (Business solutions project) and then moved on to Barbri, LP metadata components and now I have been working with Dockets Project from last 5+ years. I had the opportunity to work on different projects and teams, which has helped me a lot and given me various options to grow both personally and professionally. I will fondly remember this 10 year milestone as a great benchmark in my life and I am eagerly looking forward to many more exciting years with Thomson Reuters in the future.
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Thomson Reuters has many perks that offer its employees support and adds comfort and enjoyment to their work and lives. We spoke with many employees, all over the world, and here’s what they shared as their favorite perks of #workingatTR.
“I was excited about engineering, but I was intimidated. We look to others who look like us, and if there aren't women in tech leadership roles, young girls have no one to aspire to be. Working at Thomson Reuters, we're committed to not only hiring women, but getting women into leadership. I want to move into a leadership role one day to represent and alleviate the feeling of not belonging or not being enough; the impostor syndrome women in tech often feel. I want to share my story to let women - especially young girls - know they belong in STEM.” Meet Kate, a Software Engineer. Read about Kate’s story here!
For the 8th consecutive year, we're proud to have earned 100% on the Corporate Equality Index, the Human Rights Campaign's annual scorecard assessing LGBTQ workplace equality. Read more about our commitment to the LGBTQ community in the US and worldwide here.
It's that time again! The Thomson Reuters team is on the ground in Davos for the World Economic Forum's annual meeting, sharing exclusive news, insight, and commentary throughout the week. Stay tuned to http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM7vB and http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM7vF for the latest on #wef20.