Texas Health and Human Services Commission
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283 questions about working at Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Answered July 22, 2021
Heavily dependent on job taken
Answered July 4, 2022
Workload is impossible to keep up with and policy always changes every couple of weeks. It impossible to stay up to date as there is very little training on changes. You are sent emails of the change and expected to follow immediately.
Answered October 5, 2016
During my interview, I asked the interviewers how long is the hiring process and was told it takes 2-3 weeks. Add: 3 weeks training
Answered July 4, 2016
Proud. I am one of many colleagues that rolls up those cuffs to help other Texans.
Answered September 26, 2016
Typical panel questions
Answered July 4, 2016
I work 8 hours a day, with the exception of being on call every 6 weeks for interpreting.
Answered October 5, 2016
You can earn 8 hours of sick leave per month and accumulate the hours,
Answered September 26, 2016
The working hours are suitable
Answered July 4, 2016
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