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What is the most stressful part about working at Texas Health and Human Services Commission?

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You never get time off but they expect TONS of mandatory overtime, they don’t tell you this in the interview. Pay is horrible and they don’t care about their employees at all

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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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Maybe they do hire enough it's the calling in and no I certially don't nor have I ever mind picking up xtra work I consider myzelf a good worker others can vouch for me not afraid of work

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Not really getting what you want on line

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Learning some of the diets

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You have got to take some deep breaths be strong let your coworker know you got to take a short vreak

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MANAGEMENT! I truly loved my job I could keep up with workload, the rude clients, back bitting co-workers, the compensation, but management was a entirely different matter. You do all the hard work while management receives the praise.

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I am ready for working good

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Being to help people quickly and makng them happy.

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Keeping up the the workload requirement

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