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I have been working at Thomson Reuters full-time
flexible with working from home
Poor salary compared to industry and no bonus.
I applied through a staffing agency. I interviewed at Thomson Reuters.
The whole process took a very long time, and involved several stages. First I did a 10 minute grammar test, which I assumed I didn't pass as it took me over a week to find out I'd made it to interview. It then wasn't until over a month later that I even found out the date and time of my interview (and I was given less than a week to prepare). The interviewers were very friendly and part of the interview involved another 10 minute grammar test. I was told at the end of the interview that I would get a response by the end of the week, or early the following week at the very latest. As I applied for the job through a recruitment company, I never had any direct response with Thomson Reuters, so I was constantly having to ring the recruiter to find out whether I'd been successful in making it through to the next round (which was a second phone interview). It was only through constantly chasing that I finally found out over a week later that I hadn't been successful, and the feedback I received on the phone was very brief and not very helpful. It's now been just over a week, and they've started advertising the exact same role again. It's very disheartening to see when I really wanted the job, even after such a lengthy interview process, and it would have been helpful to receive proper feedback from TR to help me in my future job search.
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