Stressful and taxing atmosphere with little room for growth
Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – United States – August 7, 2015
All departments are operating very lean, to the point where the business falls behind its competition and the employees are worked to well above their maximum capacity for indefinite periods of time. It is very difficult to hire additional staff due to constant budget constraints that happen year after year, even if your business has high EBITA figures and continually performs well. If your particular Wolters Kluwer business is doing well, the corporate offices will require additional top line and bottom line results throughout the year, so there is no incentive to exceed plan. Their bonus offerings are only acceptable if you are a member of the c-suite. The hardest part of the job is not being recognized for your accomplishments, either through a title, bonus, or salary increase.
Multiple offices across the world with some opportunity to move around.
Long hours, understaffed, little respect from managers and leaders.