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Wolters Kluwer N.V. is an American Dutch information services company. The company is headquartered in Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands (Global) and Philadelphia, United States (corporate). Wolters Kluwer in its current form was founded in 1987 with a merger between Kluwer Publishers and Wolters Samsom. The company serves legal, business, tax, accounting, finance, audit, risk, compliance, and healthcare markets. It operates in over 150 countries.

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Current Employee - Senior Customer Service Representative says

"Understaffed; micromanaged; upper management is not involved with day to day work load;"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Too many employees in leadership positions who have been there too long (15+ years) who subscribes to doing things the way they’ve always been done. The culture is extremely hierarchical and lots of classic corporate bureaucracy. Very little emphasis on diversity and inclusion initiatives and you can feel the effects of that."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Management. They pick and choose who they want to grow within the company, they are biased and play favorites."

Current Employee - Sales Director says

"Unrealistic sales quotas and expectations"

Current Employee - Recruiter says

"Discriminate against anyone over the age of 30"

Former Employee - Customer Service Representative says

"CS training: you are given three huge binders from the start, I felt like I was in high school. There was so much to learn and a test was given after each course. Phone calls: notes, paper work, language - EVERYTHING was graded. The staff: Everyone would gossip about one another. They had so much dirt on one another."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"mgmt, high turnaround, micro-managed"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"un professional middle management, too much politics, no growth for employees, upper managers get all the kudos, promotions and money"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"The pay is not good, no substantial raises in 5 years. A lot of employees are getting laid off. If you'r looking for something to barely get by, this will work but this is not a job you want to keep."

Current Employee - Senior Financial Analyst says

"Every thing besides benefits is cons - management non professional - employee value is zero - no work life balance - my way or highway (management mentality) - employee turn around is very quick - employee do not last long time - no work values - micromanagers - think employee are their slaves - very bad place, do not recommend to anyone"

Tax Analyst/Content Management (Former Employee) says

"No further comment. I put out outstanding work but management refused to properly promote me when it was rightfully earned many times over and they knew it but they ever did anything to properly promote or develop me in the manner I truly and rightfully deserved. Cons: Lack of advancement opportunities for outstanding employees who have master degrees"

Lead financial analyst (Former Employee) says

"Never work at this company specially in executive Finance geoup. In professional management will drown you down and will leave you question for your true ability. Miserable work conditions especially unclear management guidance."

Customer Service Representative 2 (Former Employee) says

"Working for this company was such a waste of my experience and my time. They state they are a family oriented company however if you have kids or a family situation they do not work with you on your schedule or time off. You also feel like a bad employee if you have to take off due to a child or family member being ill. The company shows favoritism towards employees that have been there the longest. They do not pay based on your knowledge with the company they base it on how well the higher managers like you. There is no where to advance to in the company, they just want someone that is going to sit in the seat and do their job and have no aspirations to advance."

Scheduled CPA agents (Former Employee) says

"This was a temporary position. I was informed that the manager was crazy. She seemed nice at first. She would hover over your shoulder and nitpick if you made a mistake asking you why you made the mistake. It was like working with doctor Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. By the time I tried to complain to my case manager who left the company at my staffing agency I was unable to transfer out. They told me to wait it out and hang in there. Not long after my assignment was complete. Cons: manager was a crazy maker"

Training consultant (Former Employee) says

"Hated this company."

Publisher's Representative (Former Employee) says

"I would not work for this company. Most employees are counting days to retirement. Each year they take away benefits and lay off more people. This for-profit company is overcharging students for textbooks and eBooks and technology."

Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"First off Wolters Kluwer is a good company that has good growth potential and most people are great to work with - HOWEVER as you avoid the customer service department in the Hagerstown office. When I first started, I immediately was taken in by one of the managers that was very welcoming and wanted to see me succeed. Just a few months before I started I was told that the company just had relocated to the Citi building. However, I started to notice a change once I was pulled from the online support team and put into customer service. Many of the women in the customer service department were bullies. They could not separate work life from personal life. My supervisor had a thing for favoritism on our team. She would let her favorites leave early and others she would make stay after their time to leave to clean up phone calls. I noticed how the rules started to become extremely strict to the point where we could no longer take a few moments to write notes for a customer. Ridiculous policies were put into place that made us stay hours after our scheduled time to leave and take over our personal time. We were to get them done in a minute and if we decided to take anymore time, they would come over and scold us for it. It also came down on limited time to use the restroom which is extremely unprofessional and illegal for a workplace. Cons: Favoritism, rules, people"

Senior Strategic Account Manager (Current Employee) says

"Very hierarchal, and the leadership is very out of touch with the customers and often push everything down. No teams are held accountable for client satisfaction except for sales. Cons: No opportunity for growth"

Technical Support Intern (Current Employee) says

"this is the worse call center i have ever worked at. it is unprofessional and it stinks there. the only reason 90% of the employees like to come to work is because of coworkers"

Customer Accounts Officer (Former Employee) says

"Worked at this company for 6 years and its all about who you know and not what you know. In my experience, i was very well liked and known throughout the company's employees including Asia Pacific region. Sill fresh ideas aren't locked in to by middle management. Cons: Management seem to have limited people skills."

Unknown (Former Employee) says

"Bad bad manager. Its their way or the highway. No career development. Management gets all the benefits. They will treat you like slave. no proper framework. too much politics involved Cons: want to ruin your caree, join there"

Senior Managing Editor (Former Employee) says

"management makes it impossible to enjoy the work. Good people work there, management is the problem. Cons: Horrible management. Micro management, top down and hierarchical"

Client Care Associate (Current Employee) says

"The work environment is awful, there are no advancement opportunities for minorities as Caucasians dominate and they promote one another. The pay rate is very low."

Order Processing Clerk (Former Employee) says

"The manager I worked for is unprofessional, greatly lacks in leadership and management skills. She also is quite deceptive and unappreciative when it comes to work related problems/solutions."

Sr. Corporate Recruiting Consultant (Former Employee) says

"the role was great until new leader came on board. He cut everyone's salaries tremendously and treated employees unfairly. After this was escalated to the higher ups, nothing changes. There was a mass exodus on the HR team. Cons: not treated well by leadership"

Order Entry Specialist (Former Employee) says

"The workplace culture is based on favoritism. Although there were,and still are, a lot of great people working there the overall atmosphere of the lowest on the totem being accountable for all the mistakes, management missteps, and executive lack of knowledge is too stressful for the low pay. Cons: Company culture"

Legal Analyst (Former Employee) says

"I thought I was getting in with a good company just turned out that they were unprofessional. This is all I have to say about this and you forcing a minimum is ridiculous. So now I am just filling this with a bunch of nothing because I have nothing else to say."

HR Manager, Facility & Admin Manager (Former Employee) says

"This company is run by friends or relatives and a tight knit group. No advancement. Toxic culture, everyone throws each under under the bus, no recognition, no trust - need to get rid of the senior management staff for there to be true change at this location. Cons: culture, advancement, poor management, poor communication, lack of structure, processes, only friends get promoted and run the organization, very corrupt at the top"

Engagement Manager (Former Employee) says

"Did not enjoy my time here because of lack of direction from management. They have meetings constantly to find out the status of clients but there is no follow thru."

Division Sales Manager (Former Employee) says

"Management is bad, plain and simple. Bullies who use words likes losers when they talk about FSR's who are not doing well. Cons: Pay, Management, Products"