Current and former employees report that Texas Office of Court Administration provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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State agency that offers great benefits, time off, and flexible schedules.
Best: Health and Life Ins., 401k/457 plans, TexFlex account, AEP (not all state agencies offer this), and more Worst: The health insurance, while good, requires that you must obtain a referral from your PCP for almost any non-PCP medical need. In my mind, that is a waste - the employee and the State both have to pay for two medical services when only one was necessary. It also delays proper examination by a qualified physician. For example, if you run, fall, and injure your foot, you can't just go to the ortho-doc; you have to get an appointment first with your PCP (which may take time), get the referral, wait for it to be processed, then try to get an appointment with the ortho doc. Employee's PCP co-pay is $25 presently and then you would owe a $40 copay for the ortho-doc. You could have paid only $40 and seen the ortho-doc much faster but for this ridiculous requirement. So, boo, on this requirement.
Pretty good benefits package. Reasonable rates for a single person. very expensive medical benefits for family members.