There are several resources you can turn to if you need advice. We encourage you to talk to your supervisor first. However, if you are not comfortable talking to your supervisor, or if you are not satisfied with the way he or she answers your question, you should try to speak with someone else in management or the Corporate Compliance Department. You can contact Corporate Compliance by calling the appropriate Compliance Officer directly TJU Compliance Officer: 215-503-0762 and TJUH Compliance Officer: 215-955-4177) or via ComplyLine (1-888-5COMPLY), our confidential hotline service.
All information received by the Corporate Compliance Department will be kept in strict confidence to the extent permitted by law. And, as long as you honestly report your concerns, our policy prohibits your being reprimanded or disciplined in any way. So, when questions arise, don’t wait, take the appropriate steps to get the answers you need.
“Safe, Secure, $ave” Jeanie Gallagher.
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Your Employee Assistance Program
Do you have the winter blues?
You may be experiencing Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD and may be eligible for a four-week trial of a new light device at no cost.
Care is provided throughout the winter by the SAD Program affiliated with Jefferson Medical College’s Light Research Program.
For more information, call Dr. Byrne at 215-592-0139. All information will be held confidential.