Questions and Answers about Texas Health and Human Services Commission

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How did you feel about telling people you worked at Texas Health and Human Services Commission?

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Proud. I am one of many colleagues that rolls up those cuffs to help other Texans.

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I loved telling people about my job.

Answered - Caseworker (Former Employee) - Jasper, TX

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Over 10 years ago I was proud to tell people that I was employed there but that changed drastically within the last 10 years. The work environment changed from being a career you could retire from to being a job that you grind away at daily.

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Embarrassed

Answered - Family Based Safety Service Specialist (Former Employee) - Watauga, TX

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Most new hires very friendly, as well as, those of other disciplines

Answered - Registered Nurse (Former Employee) - El Paso, TX

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

Answered - Clerk III (Former Employee) - Wichita Falls, TX

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They taught me a lot about taking good care of others

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Embarrassed. I went into the state thinking i was truly helping people but ended up feeling like i was a data entry clerk and felt unfriendly.

Answered - TEXAS WORKS ADVISOR I (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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I'm okay talking about the truth.

Answered - Case Worker (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX

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I was okay with it.

Answered - Caregiver (Former Employee) - Denton, TX

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