Questions and Answers about Texas Health and Human Services Commission

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

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I have no idea. None, I worked for the state for 15 years and loved it.

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New employees are not given enough time to get settled in before rating them. The job is very stressful and challenging.

Answered - Texas Works Advisor III (Former Employee) - Amarillo, TX

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1. They take advantage if you by mandating a lot of overtime. 2. They get on your case about processing efficiency, time categories etc. Yet they tell you to work additional task while doing the stuff you are suppose to be doing. 3. Back to the OT, you technically can work From 6am up until TIERS shuts down which is 7:30 so only if its in the managements terms you can stay until 7:30 only if they want to stay there so they kinda force to work the additional OT you could not fit in the week on Saturday... There is a lot wrong with this company lol. People drop like flies and they wonder why.

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Meeting strictg time frames to avoid delinquencies. Many cases to work daily. Overtime was not often available to complete cases. Were required to work in Saturdays sometimes.

Answered - Texas Works Advisor II (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Management , micro managing.

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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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Low pay, over work

Answered - SUPERVISOR I, II, III (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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When you have to pick up more buildings because that is more work on you.

Answered - Housekeeper/Custodian (Current Employee) - Austin, TX

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Dealing with challenging behavior

Answered - REHAB THERAPY TECH II (Former Employee) - Austin, TX

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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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