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Common Questions Regarding Career Site

On Thursday, April 18, 2013, the Oneida Nation Enterprises career website changed to a new system to provide better service to our applicants. Unfortunately, we are not able to transfer information from our old system. If you had an applicant profile on our career site prior to the change on April 18th, you will be required to build a new profile....see more... Read More »

IMAGE Oneida Indian Nation recognizes longevity at annual Service Award Banquet.

Honoring Years of Service

The annual Service Awards Banquet honored 275 employees celebrating their 10-, 15-, 20- and 25-year anniversaries. Read More »

Providing Essential Jobs

The Oneidas have lived here from time immemorial, welcoming and forging friendships with neighbors and new arrivals for centuries. In that tradition, one of the most significant impacts the Oneida Indian Nation has on the area is providing employment opportunities. Read More »

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Employees Honored at Service Awards Banquet

Oneida Nation Enterprises recognized nearly 450 employees celebrating their 10-, 15- or 20-year anniversaries at its annual Service Awards Banquet held at Turning Stone Resort on Aug. 20, 2013. The dinner... Read More »

Benefits of Working for the Oneida Nation

From comprehensive health care plans to 401K investment opportunities, a career with the Oneida Indian Nation has many benefits. Read More »

  • Moody’s Report Shows How Lago Project Violates Gaming Law

    A new report from Moody’s further confirms what past economic analyses have exposed: Tom Wilmot’s casino proposal will destroy jobs in Central New York. The report from the credit ratings agency, which was released on Friday, declared that rather than growing the local economy as state gaming legislation requires, the Lago project’s details “uniquely position it to cannibalize gaming customers" from existing local economies. The report further underscores the legal merits of the lawsuit now moving forward against the Lago project. New York’s public officials have a responsibility to honor the spirit and letter of the gaming law’s job growth provisions -- that means they must reject proposals predicted on destroying local jobs. Read More »

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