It is the policy of The Center for Autism Treatment, Inc. not to discriminate against any qualified employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin or ancestry, physical condition, marital status, sexual orientation, Vietnam era veterans status, special disabled veterans status, physical or mental disability or any other bases protected by law.*


It shall be our practice, through affirmative action, to ensure that all personnel related actions are administered consistent with this policy, such as recruiting, hiring, promoting, training, compensation, benefits, transfers, layoffs, return from layoffs, etc.


To ensure compliance, Jo Dziewa, the company’s Human Resources Manager, is given overall responsibility for administration of this policy and our affirmative action program. She is designated Equal Employment Opportunity Coordinator and has full authority in these matters. In addition, she is responsible for developing procedures to monitor our progress in this entire area.


During the life of any contract with the State of Wisconsin, The Center for Autism Treatment, Inc. shall comply with s. 16.765, Wis. Stats., state regulations and federal laws relating to equal employment opportunities and affirmative action. The company will continue to work cooperatively with government and community organizations to take affirmative action to ensure equal employment and advanced opportunities.


Our affirmative action program is available for inspection by any employee, by appointment, on business days at the following times: weekdays, from 3 pm to 5 pm.

                                                                                    Tamara S. Kasper              
                                                                                   Tamara S. Kasper, CEO

* Applicants and employees are protected from harassment, intimidation, threats, coercion or discrimination because they have engaged or may engage in any of the following activities under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, the Executive Order No. 11276 or any other employment discrimination law: file a complaint; assist or participate in an investigation, compliance evaluation, or any other enforcement activity related to the administration of such laws; oppose any act or practice made unlawful under such laws; or exercise any other right protected by such laws.



Affirmative Action Plan

Year 2014