MSK Institutional Policies

MSK Institutional Policies

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Students are responsible for adhering to MSK institutional policies, in addition to GSK policies, including, but not limited to, the below:    

  • Code of Conduct - The MSK Code of Conduct describes the governing values and standards of conduct for everyone associated with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.  All Memorial Sloan Kettering workforce members are required to follow the standards described in this Code when performing work in support of the Center’s mission.  The full Code of Conduct may be accessed here: https://one.mskcc.org/sites/pub/Compliance/Documents/Code_wlinks_9Jan2020.pdf
  • Policy Against Harassment and Discrimination - MSK is committed to a work environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. Everyone has the right to work in a professional atmosphere that prohibits harassment, discrimination and retaliation.  MSK’s Policy Against Harassment and Discrimination applies to all applicants for employment, MSK employees, contingent workers, contractors and vendors.  The full Policy may be accessed here: [https://one.mskcc.org/sites/pub/hr/HR%20Policies/HRPolicy102.pdf]
  • Reporting of Compliance Concerns and Non-Retaliation – MSK’s compliance program promotes the highest standards of ethical and legal conduct and requires employees to uphold its principles and procedures.  The compliance program encourages open and candid discussions of employee problems and concerns.  MSK prohibits retaliation against any individual who reports problems, workplace illnesses or injuries or other concerns in good faith, or who participates in an investigation of such reports.  The full Policy may be accessed here: [https://one.mskcc.org/sites/pub/hr/HR%20Policies/HRPolicy103.pdf]

For additional information on applicable MSK policies, please see the MSK Human Resources Employee Policy Manual [https://one.mskcc.org/sites/pub/hr/Pages/HR-Policy-Manual-for-Employees.aspx].