Good job if you don't have kids or a life
Texas Works Advisor (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 14, 2016
High stress level, Training is about 10 weeks away from your family if you don't live in a big city & you have to travel. Luckily the state pays for the training, hotels and food, but if you claim mileage good luck getting it within 3 months. Some sups are good, some are horrible just like any other job. They want you to operate like a robot, just get the applications & interviews done. They tell you that you have sick time to use, but don't use it because you will get backlash from everyone even if you have a Dr's excuse. Overtime not really paid out as time and a half like other jobs. Still haven't understood how exactly they come up with the pay. Raises are seldom. The job used to be enjoyable knowing that you were helping families truly in need, now its all about the numbers. Be ready to produce like no other.
good pay, benefits, help families in need
stressful, don't care about family, not understanding