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Patricia Hudson

Director, Human Resources

Swedish Medical Center

HQ Phone:  (303) 788-5000

Direct Phone: (206) ***-****direct phone

Email: p***@***.org

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Swedish Medical Center

501 East Hampden Avenue

Englewood, Colorado,80113

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1910, Swedish is the largest non-profit health provider in the Greater Seattle area. It is comprised of five hospital campuses (First Hill, Cherry Hill, Ballard, Edmonds and Issaquah); ambulatory care centers in Redmond and Mill Creek; and Swedish M...more

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Employment History

Lead Faculty Area Chair

University of Phoenix


Human Resources Manager - ROA 1

Safeway Inc.


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www.crisisclinic.org [cached]

Patricia Hudson, regional human resources director for Safeway stores, has been in human resources for 18 years and says she has seen it all.
"I'm never surprised," she said. Hudson was invited to speak to Crisis Clinic staff and volunteers about sexual harassment in February. She outlined sexual harassment law and discussed Crisis Clinic's sexual harassment policy. Her definition of sexual harassment included unwelcome sexual advances and sexual conduct that creates an offensive work environment. But her stories of sexual harassment -- both cases she has investigated, and others that resulted landmark rulings -- held the audience's attention. In one instance, she said an employee came to her office and said she wanted to file a sexual harassment lawsuit. Hudson became immediately concerned and asked the employee for details. The employee said someone had told her she "looked nice" that day. Hudson asked her what else happened. The employee said that was all. Hudson told her that she had not been sexually harassed. But other seemingly harmless activities can be sexual harassment, such as discussing the racy HBO show "Sex in the City" around the water cooler as well as "brushing by" or "hovering over" other employees if they seemed intentional or frequent. During the discussion, audience members seemed most concerned about consoling gestures, such as a hug, which occur because of Crisis Clinic's unique work environment, particularly in the Crisis Room. "You need to be cognizant about your behavior," Hudson said.


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