Sisseton-Wahepeton Tribal Employment Rights Office

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*****TERO office staff would like to thank Dan Duenwald for all that you have done to prepare our Tribal members for their CDL license.

The TERO website is here for our tribal members.

The Sisseton-Wahpeton Tribal Employment Rights Office is in the process  of developing our website so that we may better serve the   Sisseton- Wahpeton Oyate Community.

Governed under the Laws of  The Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate

What  T.E.R.O.   Does for you.T

Each individual tribal member must be responsible in order for our  program to be a success.

To establish the TERO program's credibility to the employers and  make it  work each individual placed through the TERO program must make every
effort to be a success, so employers respect the TERO program and the tribal members it places with them.

This means good work habits, showing up on time, calling in when you can't show up.  No excess absence or tardiness.  Being dependable, setting a good example and being qualified for the job.  Using the TERO counseling services if problems arise.  Every time an employer sees a successful tribal member on his project, it makes it easier for those who come after you.

Don't abuse discrimination complaints, but do let the TERO Office know of any valid questions or concerns you have regarding an employers actions.  Even if  you cannot determine discrimination, but feel uncomfortable, legal discrimination may exist which warrants an investigation..

Administration Organizational Flow Chart and Staffing.  
Current Projects Projects currently being worked on and under development.




2005 Sisseton-Wahpeton Royalty

2005 Sisseton-Wahpeton Royalty