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About us
Thomson Reuters is the most trusted provider of essential news, information and tools to the professionals who make the world work.

Our customers operate in complex arenas that move society forward – tax, law, compliance, government, media. In a disruptive digital age, we help professionals reinvent themselves.


We do this by combining deep understanding
 – more... of their industries with expertly curated information and tailored technology. This raises their productivity, liberating them from routine tasks and creating more time to focus on the things that matter most: advising, advocating, negotiating, governing and informing.

At a time when the virtues of objectivity, accuracy, fairness and transparency are under attack, we consider it our duty to pursue them – just as we have for more than 100 years.
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What is it like to work at Thomson Reuters?

4.0
Work/Life Balance
3.7
Salary/Benefits
3.4
Job Security/Advancement
3.5
Management
3.8
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at Thomson Reuters?

Picture of Steve Hasker , CEO of Thomson Reuters
81%
of employees approve of Steve Hasker ’s performance as CEO
CEO Approval is based on 1,403 ratings
4.0
a good place to work
Written by Senior Tax Writer (Former Employee) from Sydney NSW on 27 March 2018
A good work/lifestyle balance, and stimulating work - especially in terms of the creative and technical aspects of writing and publishing legal content and also in terms of the challenging "modern publishing environment" .
Pros
A work/good lifestyle balance; challenging work
Cons
Management in an ever changing publishing environment is demanding
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What did candidates say about the interview at Thomson Reuters?

Interview experience
Based on 10 interviews
Average
Interview difficulty
Based on 10 interviews
Medium
Interview process length
Based on 9 interviews
About a week
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