All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Thomson Reuters employees based on 61 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.2/5
 
Work Life Balance:
4/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.3/5
 
Company Culture:
3.8/5
 
Career Progression:
3.1/5
 
Colleagues:
4/5
 
Training:
3.1/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.4/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.5/5
 

Thomson Reuters 

Thomson Reuters provides professionals with the intelligence, technology and human expertise they need to find trusted answers. We enable professionals in the financial and risk, legal, tax and accounting, and media markets to make the decisions that matter most, all powered by the world’s most trusted news organization. 

Here, your work matters and has the potential to change the world. Every day, Thomson Reuters news, information, technology, and expertise help make great things happen. 

Fast Facts

  • The business has operated in more than 100 countries for more than 100 years
  • Over 400,000 professionals use our financial desktops including Thomson Reuters EikonTM
  • Over 85% of Fortune 500 companies use our Legal offerings
  • 100 of the Top 100 CPA firms use our Tax & Accounting knowledge solution
  • 1,000,000,000 people worldwide read or see Reuters news every day
  • Founded 165 years ago, Reuters has been the first to break the news of some of the most historic moments of our time, such as the Titanic hitting an iceberg, the fall of the Berlin Wall and the Facebook® IPO

Graduate Opportunities 

We have graduate opportunities in Business, Finance, Sales and Technology. While each programmes varies in length and structure, they are all designed to bring enthusiastic, intelligent and innovative graduates, in the early stages of their careers, into the business and develop them into professionals. Our Graduate Programmes start in September 2017. 

We also have internship opportunities in Business, Finance, Sales and Technology within our Summer Internship Programmes. All internships are eight weeks, are London-based and include components focused on business experience, development and networking. Our Internship Programmes start in July 2017. 

Awards 

We’re proud to be recognized by some of the most important and influential publications and organizations around the world including: Top Employers UK – The Top Employer Institute (2016), UK National Equality Standard (2015) and Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers (2016). 

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Number of Graduate Positions this year
30 Graduate positions; 30 Summer Internships

Total number of company employees
We employ over 50,000 employees globally.

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Locations
London (Business, Sales & Finance Graduate Programmes, All Summer Internships); Nottingham (Technology Graduate Programme Only).

Contact Details Joanna.Uttley@thomsonreuters.com
http://thomsonreuters.com/en/careers.html

Contact: Joanna Uttley

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Application Advice:

I would say that it is important to ask yourself what attracts you to the company - be clear in your mind as to the contributions you can make to the various business units as well as partaking in CSR initiatives.

Interview Advice:

At the interview, just be yourself - the company welcomes engaging and enthusiastic candidates. Make sure you have an understanding of the trends impacting the company both overall and its individual business units (F&R, TRTA, Legal).

Propositions Specialist, Financial & Risk at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

The usual question, what makes this company different to Rivals like Bloomberg?
(Have you spoken to people in Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg?)

Interview Advice:

Why should they pick you? (Give them a set of examples that you have demonstrated that you're the right one.)

Software Engineer, Real Time Core at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the company and know that you want a career in sales - Your passion will come through.

Interview Advice:

Trust your answers. Don't try and tell people what you think they want to hear, as this may mean you won't ultimately be a good fit for the job.

Sales Graduate, Financial and Risk at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Be prepared for the interview. Don't worry if you don't have a clear idea of what you would like to do.

Business Graduate, Proposition PMO at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Sell hard on business skills, most notable market research and the ability to compile and analyse data.

If you can combine skillset with market knowledge of financial services, legal services and understanding of electronic information providers then you are onto a winner.

Interview Advice:

The interview for the business graduate scheme is very sales focused, with one analytical section. Ability to generate a coherent story about yourself and a topic you have just learned, and then present this story to an audience will be valuable. Also be prepared to think up and pitch a product to a panel of judges.

Strategy Analyst, Financial Strategy at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Make sure to apply, it's a great place to find what you want to ultimately do. It's more about who you are than what skills you currently have.

Operations Engineer, at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

- Research the company beforehand
- Be authentic

Interview Advice:

Be YOURself.

, at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Be willing to go the extra mile.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, be natural and don't be pushy.

Sales Graduate Trainee, Finance at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

List your skills and do not adapt your skills to the requirement section.

Interview Advice:

Present yourself and try not to be the person you think is required for the role.

Sales Graduate, Finance & Risk at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Take time over your application and only apply if you are genuinely interested in working for Thomson Reuters and being customer facing.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and ensure you come prepared with loads of examples to demonstrate your capability.

Specialist, Front Office Sales at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Understand why you want to work here. If it's just because it's a job, then don't apply. But try to understand TR, where they sit in the market and how they operate. If you're a good match, then your application will go far.

Interview Advice:

Be excited. Ask questions. Get your true personality across as much as possible. Show how willing to learn you are.

Finance Graduate, Finance at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Thomson Reuters wants to employ people who are willing to learn, innovative and hard working so remember to demonstrate these traits in your application form.

Interview Advice:

Have examples prepared. The interview is mainly competency based, so you will need to tell someone about a time when you displayed a certain skill/behaviour. Try to remain calm and treat the interview as a conversation with a colleague.

Business Unit Controller, ET&O Controllership at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Know what the company does. Prepare, be enthusiastic and make an effort to speak to people.

Finance Graduate, at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. Do a lot of research into TR, the Fact Book on the Investor Relations website is a good place to start.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for a competency based interview but we are moving to a strength based interview, which aims to get a natural response and are harder to prepare for.

Also, be yourself and ensure you get to find out about your interviewees. They could one day be your manager.

Financial Analyst, Finance at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Prepare well on the company and its services and be confident.

Interview Advice:

Be friendly. Smiley people come across better and social skills are the most important.

Business Graduate, Strategic Program Office at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Come prepared. Do your homework. And bring your energy and enthusiasm.

Marketing Operations Manager, Marketing at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

- customer service skills
- call center experience
- experience working with other businesses
- willingness to work
- collection knowledge helps!

Interview Advice:

Demonstrate that you are a fast learner.

Fianancial Services Rep, Accounts Receivables at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

I would say to candidates to think about what drives them and how they plan to tap into that if they were applying to program that switches them out of different rotations.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to be challenged, think about major political, social and economic trends that is occurring around the world.

Business Graduate, Content at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Ensure you know why you want the role - if your reasons would not be accepted by an interviewer, then find some that are, and convince yourself of those reasons!

Interview Advice:

Know the firm and our culture - esp. the firms four values.

Show drive and ambition.

Have a good understanding of the division you're applying to, and the industry/ies it services.

Have a good understanding of who Thomson Reuters are, and what we do.

Sales Graduate, Risk Sales – FATCA and Client On-boarding at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

-Be curious and ask questions
-Show that you're a global citizen

Interview Advice:

-Prepare for live case studies
-Speak to people at the firm to understand current events; the company is undergoing a lot of changes, so be clear you understand the direction of the firm
-Answer strength based questions truthfully

Strategy & Business Development Analyst, Enterprise Transformation Strategy & Operations at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Come in with a positive open mind.
Make sure you can act under pressure.

Internal Communications Specialist, at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

At least 1-2 years of experience in Sales, strategy or Marketing.

Interview Advice:

Be comfortable, be honest, and prepare as well as you can.

Senior Business Analyst, Strategy and Commercial Policy at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Focus on achievement/results rather than listing responsibilities.

Interview Advice:

Demonstrate knowledge of company (markets served, key products, recent news).
Articulate not just why you're a good fit for the company, but why the company is a good fit for you.

Partnerships Development Manager, Partnerships & Alliances at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Read up on the company - we're definitely more than just a news company! In fact, our Reuters news division is the smallest business within the group.

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Application Advice:

Emphasize global mindset, interest in empowering people and companies with information. Strong interest in technology and data services. Be friendly - most of us are very personable. Also be execution - focused. Be the person that gets things done.

Senior Market Analyst, Business Development at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Don't be afraid to ask lots of questions to fully understand if the company is a good fit for you.

Talent and Development Associate, Early Careers, Talent and Development, Early Careers at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Assess your strengths and weaknesses in light of the companies core values: Trust; Partnership; Innovation; Performance.
Demonstrate how you have already OR intend to use and share your knowledge to help serve others.

Interview Advice:

Be clear on how you intend to bring your unique perspective to the company and use it to benefit all those concerned.

Strategy Associate, Commodities, Financial & Risk at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

My role is quite administrative and can be a bit hard to juggle all of the different requests from the three teams I support, but you learn to time manage very effectively and keep things organized. The teams are also very appreciative of your help!

Business Graduate, Sales Coordinator, Finance & Risk – Client Loyalty at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Be open-minded and flexible in terms of the content you work on, locations you work in, and people you work with and you will enable yourself to succeed. Once you have the job, be sure to learn how to self-promote within the company and establish your personal brand early on.

Interview Advice:

Know what role culture plays in your life and why Thomson Reuters specifically will help you achieve your career goals as well as how you can benefit the company.

Strategy & Business Development Analyst, Advisory & Investment Management at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Strong track record and relationships.

Interview Advice:

Energy and attitude. Show don't tell.

Manager, Corporate Strategy, Corporate Strategy at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Ask about compensation and titles after the 2y rotation program

Interview Advice:

Know the company (what is does and its strategy) and tie it to your personal history, why you fit.

Management Associate, at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Understand the company well, understand what Thomson Reuters does and what it isn't
Make sure your genuine interests match the company's values and objectives

Interview Advice:

Prepare an innovation pitch
Draw on your experiences and concrete situations that make you stand out

Business Graduate, Financial & Risk at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Need to be globally minded and the ability to adapt to changing environments. Need to have a business-centric mind with a focus on applying their day-to-day responsibilities to the overall business strategy and focus.

Interview Advice:

Know how you overcome cultural diversity and differences.

Business Graduate Program, Financial & Risk at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Tailor your experience to the role you are applying for and include as much experience involving customer interaction and service as possible. Also include ways in which you have gone the extra mile to make the effort in everything you do.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and stand out from the crowd.

Sales Graduate, at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Include as much personal development skills as possible - relate to work experience.

Interview Advice:

Knowledge about the company is a must - including products/services.
Spend a lot of time preparing for the presentation.

Service Manager, Platform at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the company and exactly what it does, including its products and the different industries it caters to.

Make sure you really understand what both the company does and what the role specifically entail. With a large brand there is a danger of just applying because you know it is a large respected company without fully realising exactly what the company does.

Interview Advice:

Know the competitors of the company, and more than just one. You will be asked "Who are our main competitors?"

Give a fully justified answer backed by research when asked "Why do you want to work for us?"

Have a good idea as to the exact products of the company so you can make it clear you have researched and understand the company.

Have a good answer for the question "Where do you see yourself in 3/5 years time?"

Business Graduate, at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate practical experience e.g projects you've worked on especially personal projects.

Interview Advice:

Examples of personal projects.

Technology Graduate, Mobile Technology at Thomson Reuters
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Interview Advice:

Focus on sales orientation and strengths.

Analyst, at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Have a wide range of experience.

Interview Advice:

Case studies, multiple rounds, interview days, etc.

Lead Specialist, Sales at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Be outgoing, take risks and be willing to continue to learn everyday.

Interview Advice:

Confidence and personality are key.

Lead Specialist, at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Tweak your resume so that the most relevant things to the position are highlighted.

Interview Advice:

Be passionate and up to date on the financial markets. Sell yourself during your two on site interview days. Focus on being creative for your skill on your superday as opposed to trying to act like you have mastered finance - unless you have really mastered it.

Client Specialist, Sales at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

If successful, make sure to build a network around you both of peers and senior managers. With such a large company, and with so many different business units your options will be open throughout your career and the relationships you build matter.

Interview Advice:

Try to understand as best as possible the product offerings of the company. Maintain focus on the company's global profile. Ensure you are prepared to discuss why and where you would fit in the company and why you would be a good investment for the company.

Manager, at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Come with an appreciation for the diversity of the company's businesses, but with a set destination within Thomson Reuters in mind. Know where you want to be, what you want to do, and why TR should want you there.

Business Manager, Operations at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Do your research about the company, products and customers. Be creative in your preparation; go to Linkedin, email people, look at competitors in the field.

Interview Advice:

Focus on the sector you want - the company has so many services to offer and different parts of the business, so if you are going for a role in Financial & Risk, don't talk too much about your interest in our Scholarly Research business. Make sure that the interviewer thinks this is your number one choice - don't be too blase about where you want to be in 5 years (i.e. using the company to pursue a career elsewhere). If you're going for a sales role then sell yourself accordingly.

Account Manager, Finance at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and honest. Look at key competencies needed in any workplace as a foundation and get some experience in building relationships within a corporate environment. This is key!

Interview Advice:

Again, be yourself. Rehearse your competency answers, but you need to have a human element there. You are trying to show the interviewer what you can provide them, not trying to trick them into giving you a job. If you've got to the interview stage, you've passed the initial screenings and meet the basic requirements, so go into the interview and show them how much they need you.

Finance Analyst, EMEA Finance at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Know your financial markets, thomson reuters products and what the company does. Be concise in your application but make it stand out from the others. Sell yourself!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, and let your personality shine through. Always be passionate about the industry and role you are applying for - if you aren't passionate then it is likely the role is not right for you.

Junior Account Manager, Account management for Asset Managers at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Research the Company.
Show a passion for technology.

Product Analyst, News Capabilites at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Make sure you emphasise your key competency skills such as 'communication' and 'team work'. Also, make sure if your applying for the Technology Graduate program you mention what technology skills you have and any projects that are relevant.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you know about Thomson Reuters products. We have a great app called 'Technology Careers' available to download on the iPad that gives a brilliant overview of all our products.

Business Analyst, Platforms at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Do thorough market reseach on the company and competitive landscape before applying.

Sales Specialist, Financial and Risk at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

- Show you understand the complex nature of the business
- How you can add value and leverage your past experiences

Business Development manager, Business Development, Fixed Incom at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Don't apply if you don't really have a desire to work in business sales, this will come across fairly obviously.

Interview Advice:

Go in with a confident mindset and a positive attitude. The more you know about the companies product offerings and which clients they are used by and for what, the better.

Graduate Sales Trainee, Finance Sales at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Make sure that the financial industry is what you are passionate about, do not underestimate the complexity of the industry and company. Learn the basics Excel, word, outlook. Key to success here.

Interview Advice:

Ask as many questions as possible. Prepare, go above and beyond the basic protocol of knowing the company show the interviewer that this is the company for you.

Business Graduate, Business Graduate Scheme at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

If you have any work experience that is relevant to the role you're applying for, make sure you write about it in the application. Include details like the skills you learnt, what you gained from the experience, etc. If you're successful to the next round, work experience will be something the recruiters pick up on.

Interview Advice:

Researching about a company before an interview is critical to success. Make sure you know details about the company, such as number of employees, products in the market, etc.

Software QA Engineer, Performance Testing at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Ensure your resume is well-rounded and be sure to quantify your achievements or compare them to some sort of metric

Interview Advice:

Be able to sell yourself.

Sales Specialist, New Business at Thomson Reuters
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Application Advice:

Desire and passion go a very long way.

Business Development Manager, Partnerships at Thomson Reuters
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Sales Graduate Trainee, at Thomson Reuters View »

Best:

Able to work across different projects

Propositions Specialist, Financial & Risk at Thomson Reuters
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Best:

Work/ Life Balance

Worst:

Pay

Software Engineer, Real Time Core at Thomson Reuters
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Best:

Work/life balance / opportunities

Worst:

Very large so can be hard to find the relevant person for queries sometimes

Sales Graduate, Financial and Risk at Thomson Reuters
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Best:

the people

Worst:

the pay

Business Graduate, Proposition PMO at Thomson Reuters
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Best:

Overall great culture and invests heavily in graduates. You are part of a cohort of ~40 young professionals across business, finance, sales and tech schemes.

Opportunities to network and grow your career through relationships are abundant.

Worst:

Business graduate program specfic

Lack of technical/ business skills training to ensure that all business graduate candidates achieve a minimum standard in problem solving and analysis.

Expected to pick up these skills on the job, and due to the variety of roles in which graduates find themselves (product, strategy, business development) both in terms of day to day work requirements and different manager, base skill levels will develop at different rate allowing some graduates to become much more employable than others by the end of the scheme. Other factors play into the generation of this gap, but achieving a base level at the beginning may serve to change this and increase graduate impact in their teams.

Focus on soft skills training and market knowledge was great, but in particular soft skills training flopped due to lack of curation towards the varied needs of each graduate type. Again due to the varied nature of each graduate rotation, each graduate requires support on different things at different times. Making no attempt to find out what was bothering the graduates at specific times and then helping them to solve these issues (i.e. connecting with manager, time management) negatively affected the connection between graduates and the soft skills program.

Strategy Analyst, Financial Strategy at Thomson Reuters
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Best:

Great people, great culture, relaxed environment, good ethics and mission

Worst:

Underperformance is not recognised or dealt with

Operations Engineer, at Thomson Reuters
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Best:

Work-life balance
Relaxed culture
Diverse

Worst:

Siloed

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Best:

Corporate Culture

Worst:

lack of communication between offices in different countries

Sales Graduate Trainee, Finance at Thomson Reuters
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Best:

If I get the job opportunity of a lifetime.

Worst:

Some people do not offer solutions, only raise problems.

Sales Graduate, Finance & Risk at Thomson Reuters
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Best:

Work life balance

Worst:

Pay

Specialist, Front Office Sales at Thomson Reuters
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