Texas Education Agency Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at Texas Education Agency?

3.9Work/Life Balance
3.2Job Security/Advancement
Salary Good Micromanagement Not
Written by Auditor (Current Employee) from Austin, TX on February 17, 2019
Micromanagement and distrust of employees have resulted in low employee morale, hesitance of employees in bringing new ideas to the table, high employee turnover, increased costs in training new employees, which has also resulted in project milestones and deadlines not being met. Replace current management with managers who are leaders that inspire - more... employees, communicate on a professional level and welcome employee feedback, where employees openly share their ideas. - less
ProsSalary is good for state government. Implementation of new, more efficient changes in project processes, procedures, and reorganization of the division.
ConsMicromanagement, distrust of employees, unprofessional work environment.
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