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

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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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When a client would go out missing.

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