- Working at Thomson Reuters
Who we are
Our products include highly specialized information-enabled software and tools for legal, tax, accounting and compliance professionals combined with the world’s most global news service – Reuters. Our customers rely on us to deliver the intelligence, technology, and human expertise they need to find trusted answers that inform their most important decisions.
Are you considering applying for a position at Thomson Reuters? Here are 10 of our top reasons for why you will love working at our organization.
Our values are our foundation
1 billionpeople worldwide read or see Reuters news each day
87%of Fortune 100 firms use Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE
97%of the 100 largest U.S. law firms use our legal information products including Westlaw, Practical Law, and Practical Content Law
Top 100100 of the top 100 accounting firms and 99 of the Fortune 100 use Thomson Reuters Checkpoint
2019 at a glance
38mGenerated the equivalent of $38m in free legal assistance to non-profit organizations around the world through our foundation's TrustLaw service
116,000Volunteer hours logged by employees
100%100% score Human Rights Campaign's Corporate Equity Index and Disability Equality Index by Disability:IN
- 6.2% CO2e6.2% decline in emissions from 2008
Best employerThomson Reuters was recognized again by Forbes as one of America’s Best Employers for Women in 2019 and Best Employers for Diversity in 2020
Meet some of our people
We believe strength is derived from the talents, ideas, and experiences of our people. We know that an inclusive workplace where all employees are valued and have the opportunity to reach their full potential is also a successful one. Providing our employees with tools and support to give back to causes important to them is a core belief.
Lisa CourtneySenior Manager Business Operations"My favorite thing about Thomas Reuters is the opportunities. No matter where I was in my career or my personal life, I have always felt like there's been an opportunity based on where I want to be."
Hiroko BretzSenior Software Engineer“The company supports working parents in many different ways, including flexible work hours and backup childcare in case my primary care fails.”
Andrew StrzesynskiAccount Manager"I love that we have multiple business resource groups at Thomson Reuters. Whether it’s the Pride at Work Network or Women at TR, there's so many different things you can be a part of here that will make you feel accepted and welcome.”
Kent WilliamsTeam Leader"I feel incredibly lucky to work with such a dynamic team. I'm working with people and helping them to grow and be successful in their careers and that is extremely rewarding to me.”
Diversity and Inclusion
The diversity of our talents, ideas and experiences is our true strength. 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.
In March 2017, we announced a commitment to reaching a minimum of 40% female representation in senior leadership roles, globally, by the end 2020.
Thomson Reuters has established a formal process for employees to develop Business Resource Groups (BRGs), which are voluntary, employee-driven associations that benefit both our employees and the company’s business goals. Our current BRGs include:
At Thomson Reuters, access to justice and transparency are at the heart of everything we do.
We help to create the backbone of legal and tax systems, providing accurate information that supports objective and fair outcomes. We are a free press that seeks to inform and empower people around the world, sharing our skills and knowledge to support journalism’s sustainable future. We partner with our employees, customers, and trusted partners to create opportunities for innovation, community investment, volunteer impact, and sustainable corporate citizenship.
Today, the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s TrustLaw program is the world’s largest broker of free legal services to NGOs and social enterprises, and has organized $125 million of free legal assistance to organizations around the world.
Through our products, we modernize state courts’ records systems, providing citizens greater access to justice.
Learn more about our social impact.
Over the past eight years, we have consistently reduced our carbon footprint by streamlining processes, systems, and locations. In addition to this, we have committed to:
- Working to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 or sooner
- Sourcing renewable energy for 100% of our global energy needs