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Too many managers and to many levels of management, all of which are trying to justify their existence. Most managers have absolutely no tax preparation experience and have absolutely no idea of what the front line tax pros and client service professionals do. It's all about quantity not quality. Quit pushing your useless product options like Tax Identity Shield.

Answered April 29, 2020

I work at a location in southern California, I personally love my job 110%! I am the receptionist and I get paid I would say well over minimum. The tax pros and team that I have are honestly some of my favorite coworkers I've had. Everybody gets along and everything is organized and ready. This is my favorite Job I've had, my manager is somebody I can always depend on.... Also as a student they're beyond flexible. Just my experience!

Answered February 22, 2020

The interview process varies for each position. Please feel free to ask your Recruiter or HR contact for clarification.

Answered by H&R BlockMarch 18, 2020

HR BLOCK have some office manager who don't give their Receptionist slot of hours or days worked as a part time worker. Also they offer 250$ bonus that the office manager will cheat you out of getting it, like I was cheated!!

Answered May 8, 2019

The other tax preparers are definitely the best part.

Answered May 24, 2020

It is a roller coaster of activity. Some days are very slow and others move so quickly you don't realize you've been working for 10 hours.

Answered March 12, 2019

The onboarding process varies for each position. Please feel free to ask your Recruiter or HR contact for clarification.

Answered by H&R BlockMarch 18, 2020

Paid time off varies based on the position. If you are currently being considered for a position, please ask your HR Contact or Office Manager. If you are a current associate, please refer to the information presented in New Associate Orientation.

Answered by H&R BlockApril 3, 2019

Poor leadership. District manager breaking labor laws and company guidelines but makes her goal so corporate keeps her.

Answered December 6, 2019

Hours for individual associates vary by office location and role.

Answered by H&R BlockMarch 8, 2019
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