Ho-Chunk, Inc. works very hard to identify potential candidates and to provide them with solid support and training once hired. That is why the company has such a strong commitment to education in order to expose Tribal members to all levels of higher education and skill sets.
65% of Ho-Chunk, Inc. employees based on the reservation are Native American, a statistic that the company continually works to increase.
Every 20 jobs added by Ho-Chunk, Inc., regardless of location, results in approximately 11 new jobs for the Winnebago Indian Reservation. Between 2000 and 2013, average payroll per worker soared by 167.7 percent for the Reservation but increased at a much slower rate for the region.*
*The Economic Contributions of Ho-Chunk to the Winnebago Reservation, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and the U.S.” Ernest Goss, Ph.D., Goss & Associates, August 25, 2015.
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