Director (Former Employee) – Kennesaw, GA – January 7, 2018
The company provides income tax preparation software to professional tax preparers. The seasonality of tax season support needs can create a fast-paced environment for most all employees in various departments.
This place will suck the life out you and crush your soul. They require 52-55 hours per week but do not divulge that in your interview. They do not care about their employees or the community we live in.
Sr. Executive Assistant to CFO (Current Employee) – New York, NY – December 4, 2017
My CFO & 3 Executives are great. My day to day varies, days when all 4 are traveling the Global, I'm interacting with my counterparts, scheduling in multiple time zone, tracking their calendars & keeping them on schedule.
When they are all in the NY Office, my is day is AD HOC
Applications Developer (Current Employee) – Riverwoods, IL – November 28, 2017
Wolters Kluwer is very keen to move forward. They are very keen to use new ideas and new technologies but a lot of the team is older and very comfortable in their roles so progress as a young developer is very slow. The working environment is extremely relaxed but if you may get frustrated if you're ambitious.
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – New York, NY – November 20, 2017
The company sets unrealistic expectations with no basis in reality. The viability of the sales model is unsustainable. The distribution of potential / viable business creates a feast or famine environment
IT Administrative and Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Saint Cloud, MN – November 17, 2017
Overall a very good work experience. My immediate management was very very good. My job duties were overall a good fit, included a lot of incoming call phone work which tends to burns me out quickly if call volume is too high. But customers were very good to work with.
Content Associate (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – November 17, 2017
The best place I’ve ever worked for . They are very friendly . Nice people . You have to work at a effecient but steady pace. Not micromanaged . The Boss is very flexible and understanding . The Director is very nice and professional .
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Riverwoods, IL – November 8, 2017
Management is out for their own gains. They do not offer annual raises to employee's. Increase workload and sales quotas with no increase in commissions.
There is a complete disconnect between what the CEO of the company puts out to their employees and what business units are doing. Senior level management is trying to drive a culture of internal growth and retention but will be unsuccessful as long as Middle Management is not willing to play along with these goals.
Great paid-time off.
low salaries. Pay 18% below market value for similar jobs and positions