Thomson Reuters
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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
    $7bn to $15bn (AUD)
  • Industry
    Information Technology
  • Headquarters
    333 Bay Street, Toronto, ...
  • Link
    Thomson Reuters website
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Customer Service Officer in Melbourne VIC
on 24 February 2019
Toxic environment
I worked at Thomson Reuters for 2 and half years. During that time 2 restructures. Management is very weak. They have no idea of what you do. Too many managers in front of the main manager. You never really know who you report too. There is lack of support. No structure. Made very few friends. Everyone was out for themselves no teamwork. I loved my job and what I did everyday, but the environment was stifling. Not enough to stay.
Analyst in Mebourne VIC
on 6 October 2021
Terrible workplace - bullying and useless management
TR has zero idea on how to provide training. And if you request more training they will respond by placing you on management plans that don't include any training. The worst HR I have ever experienced. They simply ignore any requests - unless you complain against them and then they will retaliate against you at super speed. Unless you are desperate for a job find something else.
Application Support Analyst Specialist in Pyrmont NSW
on 22 June 2020
Friendly and supportive environment with great management
It was a pleasure working at Thomson Reuters . Its a friendly and supportive environment with great management. I would highly recommend it to anyone who wants to work for a multi national company.
Consultant in Melbourne VIC
on 5 March 2020
Good short term job nothing else.
Good place if you are lazy and don't want much progression. As the managers are stuck their for life and unless they are made redundant for poor performance (which they never will be as they shift any blame or issues to subordinates) then you will not progress there. Definitely a good place for someone who has kids, can just chill. Customers come last at Thomson Retuers. Managers come first.
Order Management Specialist in Sydney NSW
on 23 February 2020
Your hard work been awarded and recognized
Your hard work been awarded and recognized. Productive and fun workplace with table tennis. Great working culture/vibe and fellow employees. Transparent about everything. Amazing benefits. Providing training on boarding process.

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