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What is the retirement plan like at Texas Health and Human Services Commission?

7 English reviews out of 7

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February 19, 2019

Pros

health care, retirement, people, offices, benefits

Cons

salary, meetings, paperwork, job workload, management

Advice to Management

educate

health care, retirement, people, offices, benefits

February 19, 2019

Reviewed by: QIDP in Dallas, TX (Former Employee)

September 19, 2019

Pros

Retirement Benefits Health Insurance Some nice co-peers Schedule flexibility

Cons

Low salary Higher Education not recognized Mandatory On-call and not paid for all hours on schedule to work Poor upper management Software outdated Micromanaging No mentorship Skills not transferable to outside of State employment Unethical Managers, Administration and Directors

Advice to Management

Stop being unethical. Stop lying on lower level employees Pay people for their hard earned Advanced degrees Stop low-balling on staring salary Mentor programs so employees can advance into management, without having to rot in lower positions for years Have an outside complaint resolutions firm for grievances against management Just stop promoting psychopaths, sociopaths and narracists into management.

Retirement Benefits

September 19, 2019

Reviewed by: Provider Investigator in Hurst, TX (Former Employee)

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7 English reviews out of 7