What is Tero?
The Tribal Employment Rights Office (TERO) ensures that all employment entities of the Non-Removable Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe shall give preference to Native Americans in hiring, promotion, training and all other aspects of employment, including contracting and subcontracting. TERO does not directly hire or make hiring decisions; however, it does refer qualified Mille Lacs Band members and other Native Americans to companies doing business on lands of the Non-Removable Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe.
43408 Oodena Drive
Onamia, MN 56359
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF TERO?
A TERO generally governs the contracting provisions between a tribe and any contractor or business and may include provisions concerning:
Announcement and advertising of jobs
Indian preference in hiring goals
Training and skills requirements
Dismissals and layoffs
TERO does NOT directly hire or make hiring decisions;however, it does refer qualified Band members and Indians to companies doing business on the Mille Lacs Reservation.
TERO APPLICANT RESPONSIBILITIES
Each individual tribal member must take responsibility for the success of the program.
To establish the credibility of the TERO program and make it work, each person through the TERO Program must make every effort to be a success. The employers will respect the TERO program and the tribal members the program places with them. This means:
Great work ethic and habits
Showing up on time
Calling in when you are not able to show up
No excessive absences or tardiness
Set a good example
Be qualified for the job
Have good “people” skills
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TERO Commission Board Members