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Anonymous shared this review of H&R Block, United States on Dec 28th, 2020
"I worked my way up to manager which allowed me to work year round but I had to reapply at least three times a year. No position is guaranteed past the regular season, the six weeks post season and the pre season and I had to apply at every season transition if I wanted to continue working. With each new position came a pay decrease, leaving me financially strapped until tax season rolled around again and I became office manager again. I stuck it out so long because I honestly believed there would be a permanent position for me if I proved myself. Most women don’t make it past manager. The district and regional managers are brought in from the outside. The greatest frustration was in the demands made upon the seasonal tax pros. Most of the experienced employees had full time permanent jobs elsewhere. These were the jobs that paid their bills from April trough December and provided health insurance. Still H&R Block expected these employees to devote all of their time to the company beginning with training in December, which were often scheduled during the day. After April H&R Block couldn’t be bothered with these employees outside of tax season. "
Anonymous shared this review of H&R Block on Mar 5th, 2019
"Don't. HRB treats first-year employees like indentured servants. The pay is substandard, and you will be scheduled to work shifts that you specifically asked to not work."
Anonymous shared this review of H&R Block on Jan 16th, 2019
"Block is a fairly decent place to work as far s being treated fairly by management and coworkers. However, it is a seasonal position, the compensation is not equal to the duties asked to perform (in some cases tax pros earn as low as minimum wage, and office managers are not paid much better), and because of the nature of the job it can be stressful."
Anonymous shared this review of H&R Block on Aug 5th, 2018
"You will either be super busy or super slow. There is really nothing in the middle. "
Anonymous shared this review of H&R Block on Jan 25th, 2017
"great place to work as a mom, but no benefits"
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