Thomson Reuters

Diversity

8.3 / 10

(based on 12 ratings in 2018)

2018

"There is a significant focus on bringing a high level of diversity to the workplace."
Graduate, Nottingham
"Being an African, I am pleased that the company was willing to sponsor my visa and that of several others. It shows their commitment to recruiting the best talent regardless of their demographic."
Graduate, Nottingham
"It's a very diverse office, with notable activity such as the women's network and LGBT support events."
Graduate, Nottingham
"Thomson Reuters is genuinely committed to diversity, which is reflected in the range of people seen and different languages heard when in the office. However, the same level of diversity is yet to be seen among senior management."
Graduate, London
"I think the employer is making efforts to increase the diversity but more can always be done here and I know it is at the top of the agenda."
Graduate, London

2016

"We have an excellent commitment to diversity on paper including a large CSR team with employees dedicated to diversity and inclusion. However, this is not yet reflected in senior management as they are largely white and male."
Graduate, London
"This is one of the company's strong points. We're very inclusive of all diversity groups and often have events organised by societies for various groups."
Graduate, London
"I've never seen a more diverse group of people work together so well."
Graduate, lonon
"Diversity is very important here. Our finance floor is incredibly diverse and people come from all over the world to work at the company."
Finance, Graduate, London
"Diversity is the key to our success. We regularly appear on lists such as the 'top 10 LGBT employee networks' and 'top ten best companies for women'."
Midlevel, London
"There is a great maternity package and commitment to flexible working. The company is extremely diverse across gender, sexuality, nationality and race. However, the diversity among the most senior leaders is lacking at this time."
Graduate, London
"Many initiatives to support diversity are spread around the company."
Finance, Graduate, London
"We regularly run events to encourage women into technology. We participate in pride events and support various charities through campaigns such as Christmas gift collections for children in care and collections for food banks."
Graduate, Nottingham

2014

"Diversity at Thomson Reuters is the highest at any company I've ever seen. It just recruits from such a large variety of backgrounds and has so many offices that it seems to happen without any corporate push."
Graduate, New York
"There's a large LGBT group that actively promotes equality in and outside of the company. There's also a Widening Diversity group that has many programmes in place to ensure diversity in the workplace. My internship programme had a focus on diversity and all 20 of the interns spoke an additional language and were from diverse backgrounds."
Graduate, London
"We have a very global presence with ability to move around the company. I am not sure how much diversity is a factor during recruiting but I feel that I work with people of different perspectives and backgrounds."
Midlevel, London
"One of our senior management was listed in the top 100 LGBT leaders; we have a very diverse network (working globally) both in the office and outside; there are very generous leave periods for maternity and paternity that I haven't heard of elsewhere; every office I have worked in has been so multi-cultural and full of different personalities."
Graduate, London
"The graduate program induction displayed a wide range of backgrounds and diversity."
Graduate, New York
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