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Updated May 25, 2023
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Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. I interviewed at Wolters Kluwer
The HR recruiter with regards to my scheduling interview/post interview follow-up was really kind, prompt, and professional. (Thanks Greg!) I can now see why the reviews on WK’s interview process are so polarizing though, because my interview experience was kind of unprofessional. One of my interviewers kept disconnecting due to technical issues (things happen) and wasn’t present for most of the interview. The other only asked me one question about myself listed below. I guess my answer was not ideal (or they weren’t really looking for candidates) because the rest of my interview was basically me talking to myself, trying to reiterate my interest in the position and how my goals/experiences aligned with the role. (I expressed an interest in writing and editing even “the role was more publishing focused”.) I have no issue with not being the right fit for the role, especially if the role was already filled which was my impression based on the way I was treated. I just wish I was told this up front instead of wasting time preparing for the interview/talking to myself. Being encouraged to apply to other roles and that told the role is only suitable for those already in the industry in the middle of the interview was kind of rude in my opinion. Why invite me to talk about myself as a candidate if you’re not interested in me? (As many others mentioned in their reviews.) I tried to stay upbeat and professional in the midst of all this because I couldn’t tell if this was some weird personality test or something, but I was really surprised by the experience.
- Why do you want to work here/why Wolters Kluwer?
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. I interviewed at Wolters Kluwer in May 2023
Interview process was 6 (yes 6!) different people that you have to speak to, spending a high number of hours in interviews, scheduling and preparing for them to tell you that they selected someone else. Not only is it completely inappropriate to waste someone's time to that extent if you aren't pretty certain that you want them to work for you, but they didn't even have the decency to follow-up with me and advise that the position had been filled until I emailed them. Maybe because I was overqualified for the job since I had been working on a competitor product, as well as in the exact industry for over 9 years, that they chose another candidate, but this should have been decided earlier on in the process instead of wasting people's precious time. Really uncoordinated and distasteful interview process that just gave me a bad sense of the company in general.
- Nothing out of the ordinary, normal position questions.
Consulting Exit Opportunities
Anyone have insight into Product Management roles at Wolters Kluwer? I talked to someone in the org and it seems like a good fit but looking for perspective on brand and what it can set me up for in the future. Currently at a strategy / CDD boutique and looking to shift into PM / corp strategy in tech, wondering if this is a good start on that path. Any commentary is appreciated!
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Anonymous Employee in Minneapolis, MN
I interviewed at Wolters Kluwer (Minneapolis, MN)
Primarily behavioral. Met with 3 directors. Was a fairly smooth/easy process. Asked questions about past experience and why I was leaving my last company. Received a response back within a week.
- Walk me through your resume
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Chennai
I interviewed at Wolters Kluwer (Chennai)
Basic Introduction and I told about introduction of me and next the core values of Wolter Kluwer. Next I got selected to round 2. In round 2 they asked me about are you interested in developer support. Then I said no.
- Will u work for developer support?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Haag
I interviewed at Wolters Kluwer (Haag)
the process was very slow, I waited for a very long time, interview kept being postponed. Friendly people, the overall experience is okay. There is not much more to say than that.
- how would be tackle technical difficulty
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Wolters Kluwer in Apr 2023
Really nice interview it started with introduction, but before there was a online assessment which was medium level, around 200 students gave test, by the way this was a on campus oppurtunity, it was easy but okos.
- Tell me about your projects ?
I interviewed at Wolters Kluwer
The interview was a good experience. The questions were professional and industry-related. They tried to create a relaxed atmosphere. Fortunately there were no awkward questions and they took into account that I was a student. This way they tried to evaluate my current knowledge and the way I think.
- Causes of the financial crisis?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Pune
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Wolters Kluwer (Pune) in Apr 2023
First, I cleared the first round of Coding . Questions were moderate level. Reasoning and aptitude questions were there. Total 4 sections were there. Coding question is Find the power of a large number and return the last digit . Input : 2^2 Output : 4 Input : 4^2 Output : 6
- He asked a little bit tricky questions. 1. Scenario Based Questions from OOPS 2. Write Repository Class of your project 3. Entity Framework of dot net 4. Database questions and query
Anonymous Interview Candidate in London, England
I applied online. I interviewed at Wolters Kluwer (London, England) in Apr 2023
Interview process was straightforward. A phone screening which led to an interview with the hiring manager. After the interview I was told id be contacted by the recruiter. This did not happen. After numerous emails requesting an update I gave up. Extremely disappointed that they were not even bothered to send a rejection email. Ghosting a candidate shouldn't be the way forward.
- What experience do you have
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Denver, CO
I applied online. I interviewed at Wolters Kluwer (Denver, CO) in Apr 2023
3 interviews with a technical, pretty standard. Only complaint is with the HR recruiter. Never tell someone they are the "top contender" or you plan to "give them good news" if you aren't near certain they will get the job. It's misleading and just plain rude
- Why do you want to work here?
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Glassdoor users rated their interview experience at Wolters Kluwer as 51.3% positive with a difficulty rating score of 2.77 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty). Candidates interviewing for Field Sales Representative and Trainer rated their interviews as the hardest, whereas interviews for Statistician and Business Consultant roles were rated as the easiest.
The hiring process at Wolters Kluwer takes an average of 29.29 days when considering 385 user submitted interviews across all job titles. Candidates applying for Associate Customer Specialist had the quickest hiring process (on average 1 day), whereas Writer/Analyst roles had the slowest hiring process (on average 270 days).
Common stages of the interview process at Wolters Kluwer according to 385 Glassdoor interviews include:
Phone Interview: 27.66%
One on One Interview: 22.23%
Group Panel Interview: 12.23%
Background Check: 9.15%
Drug Test: 7.13%
Skills Test: 6.91%
IQ Intelligence Test: 3.83%
Personality Test: 3.09%