Similarly, Rice University has spent the past few years bulking up programs for survivors of sexual abuse and harassment.
“While we always are alert to ways to improve our programs on preventing sexual misconduct, we have not made any policy changes in reaction to the #MeToo movement,” B.J. Almond, senior director of news and media relations at Rice, said in a statement. “Over the past five years or so, Rice has implemented and enhanced programs intended to prevent sexual misconduct and provide support and services to survivors. We do plan to review our policy and procedures on sexual harassment this semester as part of our updates of university policies.”
Memorial Hermann offers a 24/7 hotline and a centralized employee relations department that gives employees a way to anonymously and confidentially report any concerns or policy violations.
“We recognize that it takes constant vigilance and proactive measures to prevent harassment, discrimination and misconduct, which is why we consistently review our existing policies and procedures while proactively discussing new ideas for safeguards that allow us to continue fulfilling our promise to protect patients, employees and physicians,”…
Source:: #MeToo – TMC News