Hiring managers will say Wolters Kluwer prides itself on a work/life balance. However, my experience in the accounting department is that means work is your life. In the time I have been there, I have worked 75% of the company holidays and 60% of the days that I have been on PTO. My average work week is approximately 70 hours consisting of 40 hours in the office and 30 hours at home (including weekends). Since they consolidated accounting, they have laid off 50% of our staff and the few that are left have to pick up the work load. With the increased work load and the 70 hours a week that I do, I still get further and further behind. They also push for you to obtain a certification, which is good. But it will count negatively on your performance review if you do not obtain it and will reduce your raise.
Work is your life. Do not expect to be off on your PTO days or holidays.