Wolters Kluwer employees, your coworkers, are equally as important as Wolters Kluwer itself. The majority of Wolters Kluwer employees say they do not have clear goals for their career. And, 50% say they are satisfied with where they’re at in their career. In comparison to other professional benefits like stability and advancement, Wolters Kluwer employees consider work life balance less important than comp.
Your coworkers are who you spend the majority of your waking hours with, and who we surround ourselves with contributes to our own growth and happiness. Employees at Wolters Kluwer rate their coworkers a B.
At every company Wolters Kluwer inclusive, employees who belong to different demographics will have different experiences, we see that: Women rate the overall culture 3% higher than Men. Caucasian employees at Wolters Kluwer are most happy with the overall culture. The IT department ranks their overall culture at Wolters Kluwer highest, whereas the Operations department ranks it the lowest. Employees who’ve worked at Wolters Kluwer Less than 1 Year are the most satisfied with their company’s culture. Employees who have Over 10 Years work experience are the most pleased with Wolters Kluwer's culture.
Wolters Kluwer employees are invested in their company’s goals. They've stated they're also motivated by Wolters Kluwer's mission, vision, and values. Most employees at Wolters Kluwer feel most loyal to their coworkers or boss or manager. Lastly, Wolters Kluwer's employees are proud to work at their company.
See what current employees at Wolters Kluwer have said about their experience at work