Inappropriate workplace behavior has been an almost daily part of the news in recent weeks. We want to assure you that the MGH is committed to ensuring that all employees can enjoy a working environment that is free from unwanted and unsolicited sexual advances.
The MGH Sexual Harassment Policy details what sexual harassment is and outlines a process for filing internal complaints of sexual harassment. Each complaint will be thoroughly investigated and will be addressed. Any retaliation against an individual who has filed a complaint will not be tolerated.
We ask each of you to read and understand the policy and review your own attitude and behavior in relation to this issue so there can be a positive and comfortable environment for all. If you have any questions about the policy, please contact the MGH Sexual Harassment officer, Carlyene Prince-Erickson, at 617-726-2230. If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact the Office for Women's Careers.
Nancy Rigotti, MD Director Office for Women's Careers
Jeff Davis Senior Vice President Human Resources
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