We're One of the Best Places to Work in IT
Thomson Reuters is in the top 100 best places to work in the U.S. for IT professionals, the annual Computerworld survey has found.
In our first submission as Thomson Reuters, we ranked 56th among the companies listed with USAA heading the pack (view full list).
Out of all the categories measured, we were recognized for retention and career development. Retention measures assessed the frequency of employee satisfaction surveys, turnover rates and promotions, morale and employee satisfaction with flexible hours, job sharing and telecommuting programs. Career development looked at mentoring programs, tuition reimbursement and opportunities for career growth.
We're a 'go to' destination for IT professionals who want to tackle challenges, work with state-of-the art and advanced technologies, drive results and innovation and pursue their passions. And to keep our best and brightest employees engaged, we are working harder to present a clear career path and exploring ways to promote cross-company collaboration.
Computerworld's annual survey looks at company information including benefits, rewards, employment statistics including retention, training and development, and the percentage of women and minorities in IT staff and management positions. A random sample of U.S.-based full- and part-time IT staff was also surveyed on topics including satisfaction with training and development.
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