Texas Health and Human Services Commission Benefits

Employee Benefit Reviews

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  • Health Insurance(37 comments)

    You have your choice between Blue Cross Blue Shield or Scott and White

  • Vacation & Paid Time Off(21 comments)

    You annual and sick leaves on a monthly basis depending on your time with State Agencies. The time transfers with you if you change jobs. You can also earn up to 32 hours a year in Admin Leave but this is up to the discretion of your manager or supervisor

  • Retirement Plan(13 comments)

    To be able to have full medical, after retirement is a pure blessing.

Oct 5, 2018
Current Administrative Assistant III in Waco, Texas

Great insurance and retirement benefits; however, they do not tell you that after 3 months of employment, mandatory state retirement will be withdrawn from your check making it on average $300 less every month.

Sep 22, 2018
Current Employee in Houston, Texas

Great benefits. The healthcare is free for the employee and dental and vision plans are very cheap.

Sep 11, 2018
Former Employee in Odessa, Texas

paid health insurance, $5k life insurance policy, paid time off, paid sick time, all holidays off

Sep 11, 2018
Former Texas Works Advisor in Austin, Texas

Texas Health and Human Services has a wonderful benefits program with full medical coverage, 401k, ERS Retirement Plan.

Aug 29, 2018
Current Employee in Austin, Texas

Paid for health insurance, great benefits

Sep 12, 2018
Current Employee in Irving, Texas

free medical if you're single

Sep 3, 2018
Current Employee in Houston, Texas

all of the benefits suck.

Jun 14, 2018
Current Texas Works Advisor II in Houston, Texas

The best is free healthcare, 8 days of sick time 8 days of vacation time a month, 401k matches, paid holidays, worst monthly pay not enough for the cost of living or the stress, very stressful, very organized, no one really happy working there, you don’t get time and a half for working overtime it’s straight pay absolutely not worth doing, no employee and manger confidential relationship. Employees will know your personal business throughout the agency without you sharing. Micro management, goals for services unrealistic, no work/life balance, upper management no nothing about the work you do only how to manage you. Other low paying, more stressful opportunities available.

Jun 20, 2018
Former TWA II in Houston, Texas

40k1, ERS, Health, Dental & Vision benefits are great!

Jun 4, 2018
Former Employee in Arlington, Texas

They have definitely lowered there benefits package. High co-pays for PCP and specialists office visits. The insurance will not cover chiropractic care or mental health counseling if you choose your own mental health practitioners.

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Benefits Summary

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  • Job Training (28)
  • Professional Development
  • Apprenticeship Program
  • Tuition Assistance

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