Thomson Reuters
Happiness score is 62 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Steve Hasker
    80%
    approve of Steve Hasker 's performance
  • Founded
    2008
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $5bn to $10bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Information Technology
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Rating overview

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Reviews

BUSINESS ANALYST in Toronto, ON
on 22 April 2020
Overall, it is a good working environment.
Compared to previous and later work places, TR is a good place to work, there are some benefits and good people to work with. Like most of the employers, job security and advancement could be challenging.
Data Scientist, Machine Learning in Toronto, ON
on 15 December 2021
Life at Thomson Reuters went downhill
They laid off people during the pandemic, even when the corporate profits went up.No real career advancement opportunities.Starting in 2020, Thomson Reuters hired a wave of new managers. Many of them have no qualifications to lead a team. Some of them are bullies. In general, the culture has changed for the worst, specially in IT / technology. People are quitting all over the place, not because they are looking for a better organization, but because they need to get away from bad managers.If you are a new employee trying to get a job at Thomson Reuters, I would suggest the following: don't let them interview you, but you interview the manager and ask for his/her references. Otherwise, you are going to join and then quit shortly after, like so many others.
Marketing Specialist in GTA, Ontario
on 19 January 2021
It Wasn't Great
Overloaded with work, then found out I was bearing the brunt for most of it, since other people in my position weren't getting assigned the same number of tasks as I was. Also found out I was being underpaid by about 10k as compared to the others. There was also nowhere to advance to so you were stuck with the same pay, workload and general work unless you decided to look for a job elsewhere.Burnout was very real. TR repaid me by getting rid of my entire marketing dept and letting us all go save for some of the managers.
Data Architect in Toronto, ON
on 21 September 2020
respectful and progressive
Having full of synergy and collaboration, everyone has a defined sets of tasks in an agile style. You can transparently see what you have built up progresses and gets more mature. This respectful company has a set of defined missions and a perfect vision to ensure promising profit which is a reliable and safe side for all staff.
Director of Client Services (Cyberbahn) in Toronto, ON
on 5 June 2020
Productive with fiscal road maps and achievement targets
Well established company with great culture, work-life balance, several employee programs, fast-paced and competitive and motivating. Results-driven with room for growth and peer-mentoring programs

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