Being to help people quickly and makng them happy.
Keeping up the the workload requirement
Answered - Supervisor/Manager (Former Employee) - Kaufman, TX
When a client would go out missing.
Answered - PBX OPERATOR, ACCOUNTS PAYABLE, H.R I (Former Employee) - Corpus Christi, TX
Management can be stressful at times
Answered - Auditor Specialist (Current Employee) - Austin, TX
The extremely high expectations for the compensation/time allotted.
Answered - TEXAS WORKS ADVISOR I (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
They do not hire enough people. The turn overrate is very high.
Answered - Texas Work Advisor I (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
The amount of work required at times in a short time frame.
Answered - Medicaid Eligibility Specialist II (Current Employee) - Lufkin, TX
Dealing with the public and the way people will talk to you on a daily basis. People are not very nice even though you are truly trying to follow policy in order to help them. People are not going to respect you and the organization that you represent.
Answered - Texas Works Advisor I-II (Current Employee) - Austin, TX
Completing cases in the time frame allowed with accuracy
Answered - Medicaid Eligibility Specialist I (Current Employee) - Corpus Christi, TX
Working many reports daily with pressing deadlines.
Answered - Medical Service Coordinator (Current Employee) - Arlington, TX