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Thomson Reuters in top 50 for UK women

Thomson Reuters has been named as one of the 50 best places for women to work in the UK. Companies were rated on three key areas: how they recruit top female talent, how they retain and develop female employees, and case studies of successful female employees.

Susan Taylor-Martin, managing director, UK and Ireland, markets division, said: “It’s fantastic that Thomson Reuters has been recognised in this list of companies that have proven recruitment, retention and development policies for women. We were able to provide real examples of women who use flexible working practices to juggle career, family, study and work in the community.

“We’re also proud of our global women’s affinity group and the role its members play in providing mentoring and support to female employees.”

The list was compiled by Aurora, a marketing company, and published in The Times. It did not rank the top 50 companies. ■

The Times