MBA Job Destinations Wolters Kluwer

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Kearney” MBA Job Destinations: Wolters Kluwercenter_img The average person may not know what international information services firm Wolters Kluwer does, or even how to pronounce it But when it comes to post graduate job placement, every MBA knows (or should know) the Dutch company’s name, and its status as a top MBA recruiter.Wolters Kluwer was founded in 1987 following a merger between Kluwer Publishers and Wolters Samson. While headquartered in Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands, the corporation operates all around the globe, serving in the legal, business, tax, accounting, finance, audit, risk, compliance, and healthcare markets of more than 150 countries.According to the company, Wolters Kluwer is in the third year of our 2016-2018 strategy of focusing on growing value for its customers, employees, and shareholders. The firm’s three strategic priorities for 2016-2018 are to: Expand Market Coverage, Deliver Expert Solutions, and Drive Efficiencies and Engagements. YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: Top MBA Recruiters: Guggenheim PartnersWolters Kluwer is looking for MBAs from around the world to help drive the next phase of the strategic plan, and building their own visions of the future. Could you be the next one?Wolters Kluwer By the NumbersHere are some career facts and figures all MBAs should know about Wolters Kluwer:€4.3 billion (2016) in global revenueRecognized by Corporate Knights as one of the 100 most sustainable companies in the world in 201719,000 employees worldwideProfessional offices in 40 countries across Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, and Latin AmericaKluwer Training Mini MBAWolters Kluwer also invests into its employees with programs like the Kluwer Training Mini MBA. In just nine days, Kluwer department managers get a deeper dive into the skills and knowledge needed to become a successful manager. The program is open to:Department managers who hope to move on to a general management functionEmployees with five years of experience who have their sights set on a management positionManagers who want to enhance their general business knowledgeWhile not a true MBA, every course participant that receives a positive mark in their personal business case will receive a Kluwer Training Mini MBA certificate.Note: This training is only offered in-company.Working at Wolters KluwerNot only is Wolters Kluwer a prestigious firm, it’s also considered a fine company to work for. The company has been recognized by the Top Employers Institute as one of the world’s leading employers through a global certification program. Employers that receive Top Employers certification have gone through a rigorous evaluation of HR practices that create world-class employee conditions.Wolters Kluwer was also a standout in the The Best and Brightest Companies to Work For competition, which identifies and honors organizations that display a commitment to excellence in their human resource practices and employee enrichment. Organizations are assessed based on categories such as communication, work-life balance, employee education, diversity, recognition, retention, and more.You can read more about careers at the company, or find current job and internship postings, here.What MBA Candidates Can Make at Wolters KluwerAccording to Paysa, even average MBA candidates can make more than $125,000 per year at WK, with the top earners making over $160,000 per year.For a more detailed look, take at a look at the full-scale of Paysa data below. Last Updated May 31, 2018 by Max PulciniFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail last_img read more