Questions and Answers about Texas Health and Human Services Commission

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Texas Health and Human Services Commission.

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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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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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Indifferent.

Answered - Texas Works Advisor II (Current Employee) - Texas

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The mission is to provide services to Texans. Management supports the mission completely but will not support you as an employee. Your concerns and voice may not be heard. It may takes years for you to receive a valid answer to your questions. If you do decision to further your education, management will not provide any resources or support.

Answered - Texas Works Advisor I-II (Current Employee) - Austin, TX

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They are the most knowledgeable and compassionate people regarding the citizens who are in the Medicaid program.

Answered - Senior Health Plan Management Specialist (Current Employee) - Austin, TX

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I dont tell them. I tell them I am under and NDA and cannot talk about work. I dont like talking about work because there is not alot of positve things to say.

Answered - Texas Works Advisor II (Current Employee) - El Paso, TX

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I try to avoid it if I can. When it does come up, I tell people that my job title is "Socialist". That's pretty much what I do.

Answered - Texas Works Advisor II (Current Employee) - Wichita Falls, TX

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I'm proud to tell people I work for Health and Human Services. Health and Human Services has helped make me who I am today and has given me the skills and knowledge I have today.

Answered - PROGRAM SPECIALIST V (Current Employee) - Austin, TX

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Embarrassed.

Answered - MEPD Specialist (Current Employee) - Sherman, TX

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Awesome, I love my career with TX HHSC.

Answered - Quality Assurance Specialist II (Current Employee) - Beaumont, TX

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