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Unknown since I didn't work in Irving, Texas but assume business casual as per the dress code of Wolters Kluwer.

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Profit sharing, PTO, 401(k), and company paid holidays.

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It takes a lot of explaining. Most people are not familiar with this company.

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They do NOT do any drug testing

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Very good and they allow their associates to work from home on occasion.

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Invest in your employees and stop making drastic cuts to staff.

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I cannot think of anything to make it a better place to work.

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Just be yourself. For the most part, people here are very laid back and welcoming. Be ready to come in to work even if you have a loved one dying at home or you break your neck because you'll get a mark against you for missing any time.

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About four weeks with three separate interviews.

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Panel interview process with a large number of people

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