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Texas Department of insurance (TDI) is the state agency that regulates the insurance and workers'​ compensation industries and also includes the State Fire Marshal's Office.

Mission: Our mission is to protect insurance consumers by regulating the industry fairly and diligently; promoting a stable and competitive market; and providing information that makes a difference.

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    I applied through other source. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Texas Department of Insurance in November 2013.

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    I was interviewed by 3 people who had no knowledge of the job they were interviewing for. After I was interviewed, 3 months went by before I was hired. When I put in my two weeks notice with my then manager, she told me TDI called her a month before asking for a reference. I didn't appreciate that, since I did not list her as a reference. During the period after my interview, I was taken off of a project that I was working on, and had no idea why. So.. pretty much, expect them to call your current employer for a reference way far in advance of an actual job offer and allow you to deal with the consequences while they twiddle their thumbs on whether they will hire you. In my past experience, references were called only when they knew they wanted to hire me. Job offers were extended quickly thereafter.

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