CSP strives to maintain a work environment where all individuals are treated with respect. CSP prohibits all forms of unlawful discrimination and harassment and expects the cooperation of all employees in making this policy work.
CSP will ensure that all employment practices are free of discrimination. Such employment practices incl ude but are not limited to the following: hiring, career advancement, demotion, transfer, recruitment or recruitment advertising, selection, layoff, disciplinary action, termination, rates of pay or other forms of compensation, and selection for training.
Americans with Disabilities Act Accommodation
It is the policy of CSP to consider qualified applicants who are differently-abled in its hiring process. All applicants with a disability who are qualified for a position that is available and can perform the essential skills of the job, either with or without reasonable accommodation, will receive equal consideration.
CSP complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act and other applicable laws prohibiting discrimination in employment against qualified individuals with disabilities or addressing providing accommodations to eligible employees with health conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth. To the extent required by applicable law, CSP will make reasonable accommodations for qualified employees with known disabilities and qualified employees with health conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth.
Any employee who wishes to request reasonable accommodation must contact the Director of Human Resources who will work with the appropriate supervisor(s) to review the request and evaluate possible accommodations. CSP will not retaliate against any employee for requesting or obtaining any reasonable accommodation in accordance with applicable law.
Service animals accompanying persons with disabilities are welcome at CSP. The service animal should remain with the person it is assisting at all times. If an employee is serving a customer who is assisted by a service animal, please be aware that the service animal is not a pet and should not be treated as a pet. Make every attempt not to separate the service animal from the person whom the service animal is assisting.
Last modified: February 4, 2019