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I worked at Wolters Kluwer full-time (More than 3 years)
I began my career at Tagetik before the WK acquisition and enjoyed my time there for 3 years. Just like every company, Tagetik had its ups and downs. Without a doubt, the best part about working there was the people. Tagetik was like a family and that alone is hard to find at any company. There was also great opportunity to travel and experience new places. Overall, that's what has kept many of its current employees, including myself while I was employed here, for many years.
Both before and after the WK acquisition, Tagetik lacked open communication. Senior management was poor in communicating not only changes within the organization but also general information that is necessary to do your job. The most frustrating part about working there was the lack of compensation. It felt like those who worked hard and were deserving were those who were least compensated appropriately while new employees were compensated even well above even their superiors. There is no real structure/procedure and most employees do well above their job description, and unfortunately, aren't rewarded or acknowledged. You really have to fight hard for what you deserve!
Advice to Management
Communicate, communicate, communicate. Compensate fairly. Reward those who deserve recognition!
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Wolters Kluwer.
After application and acceptance from company, the HR rep will call you to verify a time and date for your first interview. When you come in you'll be put in a room to interview with the hiring manager. Questions asked were about previous responsibilities in previous jobs and technical skills. Fairly typical interview