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TWC's three Commissioners hear administrative reports, discuss and act on agency business, and decide unemployment insurance cases. The public is invited to comment before the Commission on any issue within the jurisdiction of the Commission.
The Commission on Human Rights is in the Civil Rights Division of TWC.
The Texas Rising Star Workgroup was established by the 83rd Texas Legislature, for the purpose of recommending revisions to the Texas Rising Star program.
The Office of the Commissioner Representing Employers sponsors the Texas Business Conferences, a series of employer seminars around the state. Employers are encouraged to attend at least one of the seminars in order to learn nuts and bolts information on state and federal employment laws and how to deal with the unemployment claim and appeal process.
For more information covering issues and interests of Texas employers, see Texas Business Today.
Save the dates for the 18th Annual Texas Workforce Conference to be held in Grapevine, Texas at the Gaylord Texan Hotel and Convention Center November 19 – 21, 2014.
Thank you to the many attendees and presenters at the 17th Annual Texas Workforce Conference. Without your involvement, the 2013 conference would not have been such a success.
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Deaf, hard-of-hearing or speech-impaired customers may contact Relay Texas: 800-735-2989 (TTY) and 711 (Voice). Equal opportunity is the law.
Texas Workforce Commission Values: Community, Responsibility, Innovation, Accountability, Commitment to Excellence and Partnership.