Texas Health and Human Services Commission
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About the company

  • CEO
    Maurice McCreary
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (USD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Link
    Texas Health and Human Services Commission website
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Employees at Texas Health and Human Services Commission have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

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Paid time off
Retirement plan
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Employee discount
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Rating overview

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Investigator VI in Austin, TX
on May 6, 2022
Colleagues were great, management was horrendous. Eight different managers in four months; District and above are EXTREMELY political; everybody shooting for permanent spots beyond the District level due to those jobs often being well-paid.
Adult Protective Services Specialist in Wichita Falls, TX
on May 14, 2022
Great place to work. I have worked here all together since 2014. Great state benefits and time off. The salary is adequate and there is a work/life balance aspect to working here. They encourage you to use your time off.
TWA ll in San Antonio, TX
on May 13, 2022
The pay for this job is really poor, there is clients applying for benefits that make more than TWA workers. The State and Wayne Salter do as much as possible not to give employees a raise. I would recommend this job unless you dont have any goals in life.
Medicaid Eligibility Specialist in Austin, TX
on May 12, 2022
Benefits are great but pay does not compare to private sector. You can move up but must be in one of the major cities that have higher turnover rates. It can be stressful and demanding. Good for networking and friendships bad for pay and raises.
Texas Works Advisor II in Sulphur Springs, TX
on May 12, 2022
Texas works advisor II. Covid made life miserable. You will be micromanaged to no end, mandated to work overtime on weekends, made to meet quotas due to workload. Atmosphere is very negative, poor work/life balance. More concern is placed on meeting metrics than helping clients with food/medical. DO NOT work here if you want to be someone who helps people with survival needs and not just an employee number who completes a number of tasks daily.

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Process takes about two weeks

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They explained the job description and ask if I could handle the demands of working in a stressful workplace.

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