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H&R Block delays return-to-office plans

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Kansas City-based H&R Block Inc. is delaying its return-to-office plans.

The company had been slated to bring back employees in early September. However, the date is now open-ended due to a spike in COVID-19 cases.

“We really felt like the safest option we had was to delay the return," said Tiffany Monroe, H&R Block’s chief people and culture officer. "We want to monitor the environment, and we’ve committed to giving our team ample notice if anything changes."

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Hmmm. Nancy Pelosi just told the word AGAIN that its all BS? $30,000 per plate fundraiser in NAPA which happens to be on the CDC “red areas” and all were sitting next to each other with NO masks. Only the “servants” were masked. Enough!!

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