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I worked at Wolters Kluwer full-time (More than 5 years)
Autonomous work environment, strong product brands, stable business
Limited resources for hiring staff and new projects, Self-service environment when it comes to HR
Advice to Management
Differentiate high performers and cross pollinate talent across divisions.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Wolters Kluwer (Philadelphia, PA (US)) in July 2018.
Interviewed initially with the HR Recruiter. The first interview was over the phone and we basically discussed employment history. Went on to the next interview with 2 scrum masters who asked relatively simple questions. Interview only lasted around 20 min. Both scrum masters said to me at the end that they felt I gave really good answers and that the recruiter would definitely be in touch. Based on those comments I felt pretty good. After 1 week went by I contacted the recruiter by email and she stated she would "definitely be in touch after she got the feedback" regardless of if it was positive or negative but she stated she fully expected to have me move on to the onsite interview with the product owner. 2 more weeks go by and no contact. Emailed her but no response. Another 2 weeks go by and I emailed her again but zero response. Originally she was very considerate and receptive but has shown to be unprofessional since. A simple returned email would have gone a long way but that doesn't seem to be a part of HR professionalism at this company.