Life is a balancing act, Thomson Reuters offers flexibility
Posted By: Reginald Culpepper on October 13, 2022 |
The many demands on our time affect how we feel and perform at work and at home. Thomson Reuters continues to introduce supportive workplace policies designed to make it easier for employees to manage personal and professional responsibilities whether caring for family, giving back to the community, or simply finding time to refresh and reset.
Thomson Reuters employees benefit from flexible work arrangements of a hybrid model, empowering employees to achieve a better work-life balance. Here are a few additional benefits the showcases a commitment to flexibility.
New! Flexible Vacation
Starting on January 1, 2023 all U.S. salaried employees have unlimited vacation to help balance responsibilities of both work and personal lives.
Work from Anywhere
Work from another location for up to a total of eight weeks in a year, four of those weeks can be out of country and the remaining in country.
Caregiver Paid Time Off
Receive up to 10 business days of paid time off to care for an immediate family member in the event of a serious medical condition resulting from an injury or illness.
Receive up to 10 business days of paid time off to grieve, attend funeral services, and address personal matters related to the loss of an immediate family member, or up to three business days of paid time off for extended family.
Employees with at least 3 years of service can take a minimum of 1 month and up to 6 months of unpaid time off once every 5 years.
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