We’re here to help! The links below will assist you in finding the right group or resource to address employee concerns.
- Complaint Process and Resolution: This site explains options for raising and resolving a concern about a violation of an MIT employment policy. It also describes the process for making a formal complaint about policy violations.
- Ethicspoint Hotline: MIT's anonymous reporting hotline for whistleblower or other complaints about suspected wrongdoing, violations of Institute policy, or troubling practices on campus. The reporting system is hosted and maintained by a third-party vendor called Ethicspoint.
- The MIT Ombuds Office: A confidential and independent resource for all members of the MIT community to constructively manage concerns and conflicts related to your experience at MIT.
- MyLife Services: Access confidential counseling over the phone or in person to address any personal, family, work, or emotional health concerns; and develop techniques for stress reduction.
- Human Resources Officers (HROs): Our 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 HROs are assigned to the DLCs and are both an employee's and a DLC's primary contact for employment-related issues. 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.
- Institute Discrimination and Harassment Response Office (IDHR): MIT's centralized resource for people who have experienced discrimination or discriminatory harassment (including sexual harassment, sexual assault, and other forms of discrimination).
- Staff Directory: See our areas of service and meet our staff.
- Contact Us: We'd like to hear from you!