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I worked at Tyonek Native Corporation full-time (Less than a year)
Great starting pay. All tools are provided. Co-workers are skilled, reliable and fun to be around. It is a great pathway to a U.S. Civil service job (likely at the same facility, working with the same people), but it could take years. The in-area supervisors are great people.
You have to work an entire year before you can take any paid vacation. There are typically no raises. The great guys there two years make the same as the newest hire. Succeptable to layoffs, especially as long as the federal government is disfunction
Advice to Management
See "cons" above. Figure out a way for new hires to get a common access card (CAC). Quit relying on the fact that most of us have retired military ID cards for base access. Without them we have no access to the (networked) computers.