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Wolters Kluwer Reviews
What is it like working at Wolters Kluwer?
"Great place to be to learn."
Project Manager, Information Technology (IT) in New York:
Pros: Great benefits, great people
Cons: Lack of structure, poor control
Specifically, I work for Wolters Kluwer ELM Solutions. Many of our positions are remote (work from home) and some positions travel. Compensation is far above average and the work/life balance is excellent!
Software Developer in Stuttgart:
Poor communication internally as well as externally as experienced by our customer during our recent service outage. There is a lack of opportunities to advance, but if your goal is to coast, then this is the place for you. Teams work in silos and depending on your kingdom, you may be fighting cooperation, despite the corporate mantra of "win as a team." The organization is led by managers and not leaders.
"Company promotes B players over A players."
Director, Sales Engineering in Houston:
Pros: I get to work from home.
Cons: GM is conflict adverse and blind to the challenges in product, delivery, and support. Every problem is a sales problem because that is easy to measure. Inept leadership at the GM and VP level, HR resources that act like enforcers, not advocates. No prospect for dedicated employees. This is where you go to ride out your career with your foot of the gas.
Investor Relations Manager in London:
Cons: Sometimes no growth
"Position is not justifying my actual job role ,I do more than that."
Operations Manager in Pune:
Pros: leadership and project management
Cons: spending my evenings to interact with US colleagues.