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Overall, my 27+ years employed with the State of Texas was a good experience. I was blessed with good Managers and professional Colleagues , and valued the work to ensure the Medicaid Members obtained their needed services.

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Interview was extensive. Should only be the onboard candidates. Overall experience was good

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It took about 1 month from the day I applied to the day I received an offer. I was asked to come in for an interview about 1 week after I applied. There was a written exam that consisted of a grammar and reading comprehension test before the panel interview. I was informed that a background check and reference check would need to be performed. About 3 weeks later, I was offered the position.

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I felt good about the services we provided a proud to be a member of this Company.

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12 sick days per year. Each employee receives 8. hours of sick time each month

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Working hour were fine.

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I worked average 9 hours

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Grateful & motivated

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This is a fast paced position. Time management and good attendance is required to be successful.

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