We’re here to help! The links below will assist you in finding the right member of the Human Resources team to meet your needs.
Address a Workplace Concern
MIT sets standards for conduct that apply to all members of its community. If you feel that you were unfairly treated or that an MIT employment policy was violated or misapplied, MIT encourages you to raise your concerns.
Discrimination or discriminatory harassment can be reported to MIT by submitting an online report directly to the Institute Discrimination and Harassment Office (IDHR) here. If you make a report, IDHR staff can provide MIT community members with information about available support services and resources and about their rights and options, including the option to file a Section 9.8 Complaint or seek informal resolution. Find out more about the informal and formal complaint processes available to employees.
Find Your HRO
HR's Employee & Labor Relations & Compliance Office helps to prevent and resolve workplace problems, and works to ensure the Institute's compliance with legal requirements affecting employment. Within that office, our Human Resources Officers (HROs) are assigned to the DLCs and are both an employee's and a DLC's primary contact for employment-related issues, both union and non-union.
If you're an MIT employee with a question about any HR issue, please get in touch with the Human Resources Officer for your area. We can even help you look up your HRO if you're not sure whom to contact.