Teacher Retirement System of Texas
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About the company

  • CEO
    Brian Guthrie
    82%
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  • Founded
    1937
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    1000 Red River St
  • Link
    Teacher Retirement System of Texas website
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Investment Manager in Austin, TX
on August 4, 2022
Stable job and people are friendly. It's a slower pace than the private sector and hard to get things done. People will tell you to slow down if you work hard since you are making them look bad. Lots of people who have been there a long time who wouldn't last very long in the private sector. Lots of talk about culture but their culture is not as great as they think. Emphasis on tenure at TRS rather than overall investment experience for pay and promotions. They don't value experience that was not at TRS. People rewarded for doing what they are told rather than innovating or bringing new ideas. Lots of meetings, conferences, and lunch and learns, but not a lot of actual professional development.
Auditor in Austin, TX
on November 11, 2022
Do not work in the Internal Audit Office. TRS is overall a good place to work, but not within the Internal Audit Office. Person in charge of IA has poor people management and communication skills, makes up and believes distorted stories and lies, then behaves and makes outlandish, ridiculous and passive aggressive comments and harsh actions based on those made up lies, which includes wrongfully terminations, and at times single people out, shames and degrades people in front of the whole team, and makes it a miserable environment to work; this individual is not a good human and should be avoided! There is high turnover in IA which can no longer be blamed on the pandemic or economy or any other invalid reason that this person claims in public board meetings each quarter to the trustees!; it is the person talking!!! The only reason the IA employees that do stay stay is the great State benefits, the pay is good relative to equivalent State jobs, and their families they provide for, or possibly some may fear retaliation if they speak up to HR, so they tolerate it all and don’t say anything!
Analyst in Austin, TX
on April 28, 2022
I enjoyed working for TRS. They invest a lot of time training, which made me feel more confident in my role. Transparent culture with clear, direct feedback. Friendly coworkers. Great management.
Systems Administrator VI in Austin, TX
on March 28, 2022
The best Government job there is. Raises are slow but great for the state, days off are not a problem. And work from home is an option for almost all positions, depending on the manager.
Benefits Counselor in Austin, TX
on February 10, 2022
Overall TRS is not a bad work environment. As a benefits counselor the position is can be pretty monotonous and not particularly challenging, but it is a stable position as long as you are meeting standards. The pay isn't terrible either, but you do only get paid once a month so that is something to keep in mind.

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