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Joanna Gargin
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about 1 month ago

I was able to use resources that HR Block had made available to me to educate myself to the extent that I was able to save a client from having to pay an extra $30,000 in tax on a prior year return.

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Charles Hickmon
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about 2 months ago

I have been working with HR Block for more than Twenty years and i enjoy the clients I work with as well as them other staff members

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J P
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2 months ago

The discourse of the Human Resources department is similar to that expressed from a religious pulpit, your salary should not be seen as if it were a cult or a religious faith. Many motivators tell you to have faith, but Hebrews 11.1 says, and I quote: "Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen." I close the quote. The salary does not come from faith, many business performances are very tight and have no room to increase compensation, if they tell you to strive for better pay, the reality is that your position is adjusted to the parameters of corporate performance and if you get $20.00 per hour, no matter how hard you try you won't get $30.00 the economy doesn't work this way. If you are paid $20.00 an hour, and you have been in the position for 10 years and a rookie is offered $30.00 an hour, it is not that he is more valuable than you, it is that the Human Resources department has made it impossible to hire for $20.00 an hour and offers $30.00 to fill some hard-to-recruit positions. Do not have faith in the promise of a man, apply for another job in a similar position and there will be desperate employers who will give you $30.00 an hour, faith is only for the creator, for God it is not to be used in the labor market. #jobsearch #advice #interview #hr #salary #wordsofadvice

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Cindy Willeford
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over 6 months ago

The seasonal aspect and flexibility of the job was the initial draw to HR Block. I enjoy the people and opportunity to learn. HR Block has provided job opportunities and leadership development without a concern of age limitation.

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Crystal A
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over 6 months ago

After actively seeking job leads, I interviewed with a healthcare institution set up by a job agency. The interview was virtual, and it went great. I left knowing that I did a great interview. I was so excited I reached out to the recruiter and told them how I did. On a scale of 0-10, I told them I would rate the interview a 10. The recruiter shared my excitement as well. She said she would reach out to the person who interviewed me to follow up. Unfortunately, later that day, I received an email from my recruiter saying that I did not get a job offer. The person words were, "I needed someone with more experience using Epic."

For all my individuals who work in healthcare or do non-clinical work should know about Epic. When the interviewer asked me if I had experience using Live Epic, I told them, "yes" I have used Epic but not the live version. My previous company had employees access it through a link on the computer. It was already downloaded. When I told the interviewer that, they didn't seem concerned. So, I thought that it was okay that I was honest. Because I have experience with the platform. So why did they not want to hire me because I didn't use the live version? I have no clue. At any point, after I told the interviewer about my experience with Epic, they should have stated their concerns or asked for clarification of my using the software. Instead, they just assumed the access link didn't work the same way the Live version does. This was a huge letdown, and I'm very conflicted about whether I should have just said yes and not given the interviewer unnecessary details. Because it cost me the job. #interview #advice #followup #healthcare #hr #jobsearch #remote #jobagency #staffingagency #unemployed #nonclinical #denial #refusal #interviewmistakes

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Dave Smith
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over 6 months ago

I received a written job offer complete with salary and start date one week ago. I was told by the recruiter that I would receive emails concerning background check and other things concerning my on boarding process. My start date is two weeks from now. I have yet to hear anything from the HR coordinator. When I contacted my recruiter, he stated that “she must be really busy right now”. I wanted to give two weeks notice to my job, but I’m not doing that until I get things started with an on boarding process. I don’t want to be overly Aggressive since my start date is still two weeks away, but I am still concerned. What should I be doing? #interview #jobsearch #advice #hr

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Financially Abundant
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over 6 months ago

Don't get a degree in HR unless you have previous Human Resources work experience. I got a Masters in HR in 2017 with mortgage background & no HR job to date. I have even applied to entry level jobs. #hr

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Caitlin Ball
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over 6 months ago

I am a retail store leader with many years in experience in Operations, Human Resources, Recruiting, Etc. I make a very good living doing this, but I have to switch to remote work to accommodate changes in my family dynamic. I am the supporting income as well so I still need something that will still pay the bills. HELP!!! I have applied to over a hundred jobs in the past month and haven't heard back from a single one. #jobsearch #workfromhome #application #operations #hr #recruiting #hireme

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Sinay Murray
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over 6 months ago

I would like to have a job that won’t stress me out and pays 12+ an hr. #jobsearch #hr #stressful

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Sal Mohamed

Biggest challenge is getting all the employees to believe in and follow the culture and goals you set for the company.

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Tonia Khattak

Getting the senior management to support the decisions that need to be made

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