TEXAS ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION
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About the company

  • Founded
    1935
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Headquarters
    Austin
  • Link
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Agent in Austin, TX
on June 15, 2022
Activities are number based and often do not allow for deviation, resulting in a less than satisfying law enforcement experience. Not an ideal job for a first-time law enforcement officer, better suited to an experienced officer that doesn't mind the hours and lack of true "police work".
Police Investigator in San Antonio, TX
on June 21, 2022
If you think you will come to actually do “police” work you are mistaken. You are strictly micromanaged and your immediate supervisors have no decision authority, no interest in mentoring (you wouldn’t want it anyway) and will most likely be less qualified and experienced than you. The work is tedious and repetitive with no room to grow or gain any useful experience. The bureaucracy is thick and hard to crack. Standout work or going above and beyond is not recognized and actually discouraged and is completely irrelevant for promotional purposes.There is no leadership to speak of. No mentoring. Supervisors from lieutenant and above are more concerned with bettering themselves rather than help mentor and train the next generation.Lots of good agents in the ranks whose ideas and enthusiasm is crushed and suppressed.There are better agencies to work for.
Regulatory Compliance Officer in Progreso, TX
on July 21, 2021
It could be a great job - it’s with the State, great benefits, reasonable pay, you’ll know your schedule for the month so you can plan around it, fairly easy tasks. BUT the management is horrible. Unless you are a favorite or on that side, you can easily be fired for anything - even the things that the “favorites” do. They are hypocritical. They are unreasonable. By far the worst management I’ve ever dealt with. Wildly immature because they discuss the office gossip with employees, so personal things are not kept secret. Maybe another port is different but Progreso is horrible.
Licensing Investigator Analyst IV in Arlington, TX
on April 20, 2021
Use to be an organized decent place to work for now it just out awful. Field works getting treated the worse. Austin is the only place where advancement and pay increase occurs. Field works are subject to horrible working conditions oh and the pay is down right disrespectful! Do yourself a favor and find employment anywhere other thank TABC.
Agent in Arlington, TX
on January 22, 2021
Can be interesting work at times but too many selfish Supervisors that don’t look out for their officers. Inconsistent schedules and no weekends off. You bank a lot of time but they don’t let you use it.

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