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    Departments
    • Administration
    • Aging
    • Chairmans Office
    • Child Support
    • Clinic
    • Community Development
    • Community Resource Center
    • Conservation
    • Eagles Nest
    • Early Childhood Services
    • Education
    • Elections
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    • Enrollment
    • Environmental Services
    • Finance
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    • Gaming Commission
    • Historic Preservation
    • Housing
    • Human Resources
    • Information Technology
    • Insurance
    • Internal Audit
    • Johnson O'Malley
    • Language and Culture
    • Legal Services
    • Lending and Tribal Taxes
    • License and Permits
    • Maehnowesekiyah
    • Maintenance
    • Menominee Nation News
    • Probation
    • Property Management and Acquisition
    • Prosecutor
    • Recreation
    • Social Services
    • Transportation
    • Tribal Courts
    • Tribal Jail
    • Tribal Police
    • Tribal School
    • Tribal Utilities
    • Youth Services
Contact

Physical Address:
W2908 Tribal Office Loop Road
Keshena, WI 54135

Mailing Address:
PO Box 910
Keshena, WI 54135

Title: Manager

Name: Bernard Kaquatosh

Tel: (715) 799-5145



Email: bkaquatosh@mitw.org
Human Resources



The Human Resources Department of the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin will partner with all departments and programs to recruit, select, and retain high quality employees. Provide individual employees access to every resource and opportunity available to help them achieve the high test level of success in their position. Work as a team to develop and apply policies, benefits, training and development opportunities and employee recognition strategies that foster a spirit of success, knowledge, cooperation and satisfaction with all departments.


Our department is made up of individuals providing services in four specific areas:
1.) Personnel compensation—involves status changes regarding their compensation along with grading structures for the organization.
2.) Employee Assistance Program—involves working with the individual on their personal issues that may require some professional assistance.
3.) Training/Development Programs—involves in house training that allows employees to be more informed and also to develop training in an area that may assist them in their current position.
4.) Recruitment-retention—involves recruiting clerical, technical, para-professionals and professionals as well as performing background checks on all personnel along with the screening and interviewing process.