The Oneida Indian Nation is the largest employer in Oneida and Madison counties providing more than 4,500 jobs –which run the gamut from high-level supervisory and management careers to food and beverage and gaming positions. Employees also serve in government support and administration and health service roles for the Oneida Nation.
Continued success of Oneida Nation Enterprises ensures stable employment and long-lasting careers for locals as well as attracts new families and individuals to the area. The Oneida Nation delivers a range of opportunities to the diverse population of Central New York.
Refugees from all across the country have been given a second chance through employment at Turning Stone Resort Casino. Hundreds of employees have been hired through the Oneida Nation’s partnership with the Mohawk Valley Refugee Center of Utica. Employee benefits, shift assortment, job security and variety are among the key reasons the center values this partnership. Oneida Nation Enterprises employs more than 200 refugees from countries such as Bosnia, Burma, Sudan, Russia and Vietnam.
Currently, the Oneida Nation employs 20 developmentally disabled individuals. The New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) and New York State ARC (NYSARC) each presented awards to the Oneida Indian Nation for its employment of the developmentally disabled.