Learn about Texas Workforce and Texas Workforce Solutions. Read about our purpose, mission, vision, and philosophy.
Three full-time commissioners are appointed to the Texas Workforce Commission by the Governor, one each representing employers, labor, and the public. Together, they oversee the functioning of TWC and develop agency policy.
Learn about each TWC division and it's executive director.
Find information about our past and future commission meetings.
The Purchasing from People with Disabilities Advisory Committee advises Texas Workforce Commission on topics such as the Works Wonders program.
The Rehabilitation Council of Texas (Council) is federally mandated by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended in 1992, and advises the Texas Workforce Commission on the policy, scope and effectiveness of vocational rehabilitation services.
TWC’s Office of the Commissioner Representing Employers sponsors the Texas Conference for Employers, a series of employer seminars held each year throughout the state. Employers who attend the seminars learn about state and federal employment laws and the unemployment claim and appeal process.
Training & Development specializes in developing and delivering quality training courses that is unique to the needs of its customers. The department provides services for TWC staff, Local Workforce Development Boards, local service providers and other government agencies.