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    Great managers are the linchpins of organizational success. They motivate, coach, discipline and counsel. But despite the value they bring, this crucial cohort receives precious little by way of learning investment. A 2013 study by University of Utah's David Eccles School of Business and Stanford University researched more than 23,000 workers and 1,900 bosses.

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    We rank above Disney’s employees in happiness stakes. What makes you happy at work? A poll released by CareerBliss Happiest Companies in America has ranked Thomson Reuters US employees at 32 out of 50, just above Disney Corporation. See the full rankings. The results reflect employee-submitted reviews between 2013 and 2014. Companies are ranked on key happiness factors such as work-life balance, relationship with boss and co-workers, and company culture.


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We combine industry expertise with innovative technology to deliver critical information to leading decision makers in the financial and risk, legal, tax and accounting, intellectual property and science and media markets, powered by the world's most trusted news organization. Visit our career site for more information about careers with us. 

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At Thomson Reuters, we rely on the unique talents of our global workforce to help us achieve our goals – and give our customers the leading information, insight and tools they need to act with confidence. Bring your collaborative spirit and we’ll foster partnership.

Technology  – Our talented technologists bring intelligent information to professionals, helping to shape the global knowledge economy. Together, we’ll spark innovation. View technology jobs.

Sales - Our sales professionals bring innovative solutions and services that help shape the future of the industries we serve. Together, we’ll drive performance. View sales jobs.

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All other jobs - Our employees bring superior results and experiences across countries, cultures and professions. Together, we’ll change the world. View all other jobs.

Recent graduates & internships - Our recent graduate programs offer a spectrum of paths that let you determine which direction to take your career. With our internships, we’ll help build your skills and give you the vital experience of working for a global leader. View all recent graduate programs & internships.  




With local chapters around the globe, our Business Resource Groups create awareness and understanding of the diverse backgrounds and experiences represented throughout our business. These groups partner with the business to support professional development, assist with recruitment and retention, identify unique market opportunities and help drive business development.

Business Resource Groups include:

  • Asian Affinity Network
  • Black Employee Network
  • Global Disability Employee Network 
  • Latino Employee Network
  • Pride at Work (for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Employees & Friends)
  • Veterans Network
  • Women @ Thomson Reuters


Our diversity and inclusion councils play a crucial role in aligning our global diversity and inclusion strategy with regional priorities. These councils also help ensure diversity and inclusion events are relevant, culturally appropriate and focused on the business needs of a particular region.


An inclusive workplace leverages the strengths of all of our employees and that is why we build these behaviors into everything we do. From new hire orientation to management and leadership training to an online portal accessible to all employees, we focus on developing global mindsets and creating an understanding of diversity and inclusion throughout our organization.


Our diversity and inclusion strategy is reviewed annually to ensure progress on objectives. Additionally we monitor results of our diversity and inclusion index which is part of our employee engagement survey; the number of managers trained on inclusive management behaviors; and key metrics around representation, hires and promotions.


Chaired by our CEO, the Women’s Advisory Task Force is focused on increasing the number of women in leadership roles through targeted leadership development programs, career sponsorship opportunities and positioning Thomson Reuters as a premier company for women.


The Thomson Reuters Foundation leverages the skills, values and expertise of Thomson Reuters to trigger change and empower people across the world: free legal assistance, media development and in-depth coverage of the world’s under-reported stories. The Foundation stands for human rights, women’s empowerment, anti-corruption and for the rule of law. More info

Diversity & Inclusion


Creating an inclusive workplace and leveraging the unique strengths of our diverse talent is critical to propelling the dynamic diversity of our businesses at Thomson Reuters. The diversity of our talents, ideas and experiences is our true strength at Thomson Reuters. That’s why we foster an inclusive workplace where all employees are valued and have the opportunity to reach their full potential.

To drive innovation and deliver competitive advantage, we embrace diversity of thought, style, experience, culture, race, color, gender, national origin, religion, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, citizen status, and veteran status.

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    A lot of autonomy, fair salary. I would recommend this company to friends, family and colleagues.


    Big company, so sometimes poor communication. I don't have a lot bad to say about them.

Thomson Reuters Interviews

Updated 13 Apr 2015

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    London 2015 Summer Interview

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    I applied online. The process took 3+ monthsinterviewed at Thomson Reuters (London, England) in March 2015.


    Stage 1: submit your CV and cover letter and choose a list of three departments that you would like to work with

    Stage 2: If selected then you will have to do a situational judgement test

    Stage 3: If you pass the situational judgement test, then you have a video interview. The following is the list of questions they ask:
    1. Everyday activities that you enjoy
    2. Recently really satisfying
    3. Already busy and are asked to deliver an additional project within a short space of time. How would you feel and what would you do?
    4. How would you respond to unexpected changing circumstances?
    5. How do you keep informed of new ideas and developments and how would you describe your learning style?
    6. What do you see as the advantage of working in a global and complex corporate environment
    7. When you have collaborated to achieve a successful outcome and the advantages of it
    8. Suppose you observed that a particular process was not working optimally. What would you do
    9. How would you develop relationships with a diverse range of people.
    10. What strategic factors do you think will impact Thomson Reuters success over the next 12 months

    Stage 4: If you pass the video interview, then 1 hour assessment centre at TR hq in Canary Wharf.
    They will allocate you to one of the three departments that you have chosen back in stage 1.
    20 minutes each session and three sessions in total.

    1st session: the interviewer could ask you anything he likes so questions were mainly base on your CV, and tell me about Thomson Reuters

    2nd session: the interviewer has to ask you certain questions and give you a mark from 0-5. Here are the questions I could remember. ( In this session, the interviewer was rather impatient and clearly was not interested to hear typical interview answers so the interviewer gave me a lot of 0.)
    11.How would you maximise your internship?
    12. How would you feel if you have to change at last minute
    13. How would you interact with employees from different locations that you have not met?
    14. What are the future threats to Thomson reuters
    15. Tell me about a time you worked in a team

    3rd session: is a role play in which you have 10 mins to read 2 pages and prepare for the role play. You are in a situation where your colleagues is ill so you are replacing him to attend a client meeting. In the next 10 mins you have to find out more about the company and the client himself and set the agenda for the next meeting. In this session, the interviewer was rather not interested and kept playing with things in his hand and remain head down through out the course. I am not sure is his attitude part of the role play or he just dislike me but as an interviewee I don't believe he was a good interviewer and show no kind of respect.

    Lastly, when everything finishes he said I am going to throw you out now. The interviewer is a very high rank member of the firm so he probably feel like wasting his time interviewing summer intern.

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Thomson Reuters Awards and Accolades

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Top 100 Employers, Stonewall Organization, 2015
World’s Most Ethical Companies, Ethisphere Institute, 2015
World’s Most Ethical Companies, Ethisphere Institute, 2014
World’s Most Admired Companies, Fortune, 2014
Top 50 Happiest Companies in America, CareerBliss, 2014
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Additional Info

Headquarters New York, NY
Size 5,000+ Employees
Founded 2008
Type Company - Public (TRI)
Industry Information Technology
Revenue £5 to £10 billion (GBP) per year

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