Mission: Our customers face critical decisions every day; we help them move forward with confidence.
I have been working at Wolters Kluwer (More than 5 years)
Work life balance is good
Culture changes happened fast and this leads to quality degradations.
Advice to Management
Focus on good people than just bulk hiring,
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Wolters Kluwer (Pune) in August 2017.
Coding exercise, kind of simple exercise.
Second Round: Technical Discussion
Luckily for me the second round was arranged immediately. But the interviewer was a bit of rude, stubborn and had some predecided questions. Looked like the people out there are not open to listening to anyone's opinion, they have a opinion of their own and they assume it's right.
Some guy randomly walks in the room, sits for five minutes and walks out. Didn't understand how is this practice helping the organization in selecting candidates.
Bottom Line: The interview didn't go well, I tried raising my opinions but they weren't entertained.
Third Round: Surprised ???
Another technical discussion since they thought if not one project I can be considered for other project. Same situation, preconceived expectations. So, as expected it wasn't going to work out.
But the interviewee was polite, ready to listen to you; something good in the entire process.