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What are perks and other benefits like at Texas Health and Human Services Commission?

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January 14, 2019

Pros

The State Benefits are good, the days off and vacation/ sick time is great. Free online Trainings you can take.

Cons

Having the Support from upper management when there are issues.

Advice to Management

Support is needed with new managers

The State Benefits are good, the days off and vacation/ sick time is great.

January 14, 2019

Reviewed by: Supervisor in Grand Prairie, TX (Former Employee)

October 5, 2019

Pros

Typical state benefits.. free insurance, pto, sick leave, retirement

Cons

Lack of support. You process cases without even knowing how to do them. The state is always so behind that they don't care if you don't know how. They just want completions. this creates so much stress on new workers because you get to decide whether or not someone receives benefits even though you aren't sure if you're processing correctly.

Advice to Management

Provide support and proper training. Find a way to give incentives. Stop making calendar events for offices to participate in on their own dime. That doesn't boost moral, it empties our pocketbooks.

Typical state benefits.. free insurance, pto, sick leave, retirement

October 5, 2019

Reviewed by: TEXAS WORKS ADVISOR I in Houston, TX (Current Employee)

August 17, 2018

Pros

You build bonds with the individuals you look after and you get satisfactory from it. Learn to take care of mentally ill individuals and mostly aggressive in a calm and safe matter.

Cons

Over working you to the max. They expect you to work 12-16+ hours. Other employees are rude, it's like a competition within each other. The management and the ones above them expect you to do exactly as they say even though they don't spend enough time with the individuals too see what they like and don't like. Poor living conditions for the individuals. They only actually clean up once a year when corporate comes to visit other than that's it's very poor.

Advice to Management

Should really look into opening positions for part-time instead of over working employees that enjoy what they're doing there.

Other employees are rude, it's like a competition within each other.

August 17, 2018

Reviewed by: DSP I in San Antonio, TX (Former Employee)

3 English reviews out of 3