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13 days ago

Associate Manager

HR Block Kansas City, MO

H&R Block, founded in 1955, has become one of the most recognized and iconic brands in the consumer landscape, reinforcing its leadership position as… HR Block


13 days ago

Associate Manager, Talent Acquisition

HR Block Kansas City, MO

H&R Block, founded in 1955, has become one of the most recognized and iconic brands in the consumer landscape, reinforcing its leadership position as… HR Block


13 days ago

Assistant Payroll Manager

HR Block Kansas City, MO

H&R Block, founded in 1955, has become one of the most recognized and iconic brands in the consumer landscape, reinforcing its leadership position as… HR Block


3 days ago

Associate Manager HR - S – new

H & R Block Kansas City, MO

** 1. Manage development operations including organization, staffing. 2. Conduct employment interviews, make hiring decisions, and participate in… Beyond.com


1 day ago

Associate Manager HR – new

H&R BLOCK Kansas City, MO

Manage development operations including organization, staffing. Conduct employment interviews, make hiring decisions, and participate in corrective… TopUSAJobs


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H&R Block President & CEO William C. Cobb
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    Growth opportunity is there...you just have to work at it

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Kansas City, MO
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Kansas City, MO

    I have been working at H&R Block full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    The company does put a lot of energy around internal talent development. I think the key is that associates need to have the initiative to take advantage of it, or work for a leader who makes it a priority. I've been promoted 4 times since starting work at the company, so the opportunities are definitely available.

    Cons

    There is a lot of "us versus them" mentality among different departments and between the corporate headquarters and the field. It has improved dramatically in the last few years, but still has a long way to go. There is an excellent framework to company values, but associates don't necessarily exhibit those values regularly.

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