Wolters Kluwer – Why Work For Us?

Wolters Kluwer - When you have to be right ​​​



We serve professionals in the legal, tax, finance, and healthcare markets in over 150 countries​​


Legal, business, tax, accounting, finance, audit, risk, compliance, healthcare ​​​​​​



19,112 employees across Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, and Latin America​​​​​


​​​Over 74% of revenues come from online, software and services, including 350 mobile apps and 100 e-journals​​​​​​


​​Our customers face critical decisions every day; we help them move forward with confidence.



Our six company values connect all Wolters Kluwer employees and support the successful execution of our strategy.



​​​​​​​Customer focus

We develop products, services, and solutions with our customers’ needs in mind. We listen to our customers and treat them with professionalism, honesty, and respect.


We create bold and forward-looking solutions that combine the latest technologies with our unmatched subject matter expertise and deep knowledge of our customers.


We take full responsibility for our actions and performance, and for meeting customers’ needs and shareholders’ expectations. We keep our promises.


We are direct, honest, transparent, and fair in our business dealings. We encourage diversity and respect the ideas and points of view of others.

Value creation

We create value for our customers, employees, and shareholders. We strive for excellence in everything we do.


We work together with our customers, partners, and each other to meet our business goals.

Our company values and business principles are an important means to enable us to live up to high professional and ethical standards.

 Employee Testimonials

Christophe Ides

Audit workflow tools used to be available for the BIG 4 players only, as they had the means to develop, maintain, and keep these software tools up to date to the latest legislation. Sole practitioners carried out their audits with ‘pen and paper’ (and a little Excel help as well).

Coming from a BIG 4 firm myself, I was very impressed with the CCH Audit Automation product, which took this Workflow Tool to a whole new level from what I was used to. The software captures the audit flow from ‘client acceptance’ to ‘final sign off’; provides interlinking with other Wolters Kluwer products; is always adjusted to the latest legislation and is accessible by multiple auditors working on the same client at the same time.

Several of my former colleagues agreed with me that Audit Automation has leveled the field and took away the competitive advantage BIG 4 firms had in this area. Some of them even started their own firms and use Audit Automation daily.

Jason Marx

I hear stories almost every day where technology helps our tax professionals . . . from forms, to calcs, to workflow solutions. Tax compliance is complex, rapidly changing, and different in each jurisdiction. Our tax professionals rely on our compliance engines and software platforms to make sure they get forms and calculations right. In today’s fast-paced and unforgiving tax environment they just could not do it profitably any other way.

Andrew Lang

At the intersection of digitized content, sophisticated business rules, automated workflow, ubiquitous cloud access, and advanced mobility solutions, Wolters Kluwer can offer the opportunity for professionals to access a wealth of cumulative and always-current knowledge in an easy-to-use fashion.

Christian Cella

In Brazil, the State Tax Authority launched a new program SPED to digitalize all tax filings with thousands of fields to be checked before submission. We are the only player in the market having launched a set of products able to automatize all the calculations and we help our customers to provide the right files in a very complex environment.

Teresa Mackintosh

All of the professionals that we serve across our markets need to be right to serve their clients /patients, etc. It is expected and needed in our space. Professionals come to us because they know us to be thorough and accurate. As our world continues to become more complex, this value proposition to our customers is critical.

Daniel Lazarus

Fundamentally, the products and services we provide add value to our customers by simplifying their workflow and increasing their efficiency. Whether it is expert editorial content or cutting-edge software, we pride ourselves in providing solutions that tackle the pain points of our customers. Our high level of customer engagement together with our deep-seated curiosity constantly drives us to develop better products and services for the professionals we serve.


Working at Wolters Kluwer

We recognize that our most valuable assets are the employees working for us across 40 countries. They create the products and services that deliver on our commitment to empower professionals with the confidence to make critical decisions every day.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Expertise & innovation

​​​​​​Our HR strategy focuses on attracting, developing, and retaining the most talented and productive employees. Our priority is to create a culture of people who strive towards high performance and accountability, while valuing innovation and continued learning.

Building talent

​​​​​Across the business we are committed to a high performance learning culture, where employees are encouraged to continuously improve their skills and contributions, resulting in a rewarding work life and improved outcomes for the business. We support professional growth and advancement at all levels and provide the framework and tools to do so.

Our employees are software developers, content editors, and experts in a wide range of professional fields. Innovation is a key to our success, and one of the values that we encourage in our employees. We help them realize their potential and fulfill their ambitions while making a difference for our customers.​​


​​​​​We offer you…


  • a good working environment
  • excellent growth potential
  • competitive remuneration


You are…

  • a professional
  • proactive
  • keen to develop your talent

Wolters Kluwer Reviews

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Wolters Kluwer Chairman, Executive Board and CEO Nancy McKinstry
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    Good benefits package. Salary is solid. The workload is manageable. Paid time off is generous, especially if you don't get sick.


    Few opportunities for advancement, at least in this business unit. A fear of being innovative. very much behind in technology and the pursuit of making work loads easier. Horrible at communication to their employees.

    Advice to Management

    Stop micro-managing and try a bottom up approach to try to generate some new ideas.

Wolters Kluwer Interviews

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    I applied online – interviewed at Wolters Kluwer.


    Got an email asking for a phone interview within days of applying through a job board. The recruiter had to reschedule our call the morning of our call at 6:24am after confirming our call yesterday. One of her first questions to me was "What year did you graduate from high school?" which is highly unprofessional and not an appropriate question to ask unless the job requirement had minimum age to work but clearly my resume shows I am a college graduate. The purpose of this age related question was unnecessary, regardless of the fact the office is looking for a "mature" individual according to the recruiter. Then when she noticed I was clearly upset by the question she said if I thought I was old than she was "ancient". Other than that, she could not answer any of my questions like the expectations for the role, how performance is measured, and how customer satisfaction is measured. They claim they believe in work/life balance but the role is outside of normal business hours so if you have a child in preschool and need to pick them up within pick up cut-off times of most facilities you won't make it unless you are fortunate enough to hire a nanny or have family in town; they were hiring for an 10-6pm and 11-7pm opportunity.

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Wolters Kluwer Awards & Accolades

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Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World , Corporate Knights, 2013
Bronze Level Award , Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI World), 2012

Additional Info

Website www.wolterskluwer.com
Headquarters Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1836
Type Company - Public (WKL)
Industry Media
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Thomson Reuters, Pearson

Customers in over 150 countries depend on Wolters Kluwer information, software, and services to successfully move through the complex layers of data and regulation that define modern business and government. These institutions depend on our unmatched knowledge, the inventive ways we solve their toughest challenges, our intuitive technology, and most important, on the deep ... More

Mission: Our customers face critical decisions every day; we help them move forward with confidence.

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