Rose was sacked as "CBS This Morning" anchor and his PBS interview show cancelled after the Post reported in November about women who said Rose groped them, made lewd remarks or walked around naked in their presence.
One woman told The Post that while she was a research assistant at NBC News' Washington bureau, Rose exposed his penis to her and grabbed her breasts.
On Thursday, Rhodes, who took over CBS News in 2011, sent an internal note - provided to TIME - in response to the Post article that outlines the steps the network has taken to "ensure a safe and respectful environment".
"For someone to have this many allegations against him it raises the question of who knew what about his behavior and when they knew it", said Amy Brittain, a Washington Post reporter who previous year revealed disturbing allegations against Rose. One occurred as far back as 1986, when he asked Annmarie Parr, a 22-year-old news clerk at the time, "Annmarie, do you like sex?" The producer, who she declined to name, allegedly laughed and told her, "Fine, you don't have to be alone with him anymore".
Not all of the women agreed to share their names publicly, but details of their allegations were corroborated with witnesses or individuals whom the women had confided in, the Post reported.
Corrina Collins, who interned for Rose's PBS show in 2003 when she was 20, said that when she went on a trip with Rose for "60 Minutes II".
The Post investigation also claims that "CBS This Morning" management was alerted to Rose's frequent one-on-one lunches with 24-year-old staffer Brooks Harris, but no action was taken. He began taking her to expensive restaurants and talked about other jobs. It felt like a swift move on the organization's part, but a new WaPo piece claims Rose has been sexually harassing female coworkers at CBS since the mid-1970s. Kadro disputed that she told him about inappropriate behaviour. The revelations follow accusations by eight women for sexual misconduct at his PBS program.
"It is essential that these women know I hear them and that I deeply apologize for my inappropriate behavior". "People said what they wanted to you, people did what they wanted to you".
The newspaper reported Thursday that it had found an additional 27 women - 14 CBS News employees and 13 who worked with him elsewhere, who say that Rose harassed them, including sexual touching, comments and unwanted advances.
She said Rose squeezed her breasts in the vehicle ride from the airport and suggested they work in his hotel room.
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, left, speaks with Rose during an event in New York City in September 2017.
"This just proves how important it is for people in positions of authority to believe people when they come forward with complaints, instead of brushing them off [by saying] "boys will be boys" or 'that's just Charlie,"' McGinnis said. The most recent complaint took place in April 2017.