Microsoft made a similar policy change late last year, followed by Uber in May.

Facebook announced the change workers on Friday, the report says.

Additionally, Facebook changed its policy on office dating and will now require employees who are director level or higher to disclose if they are dating a colleague. Previously, the company only required disclosure if an employee was dating someone they supervised, according to the report.

“Today, we are publishing our updated Workplace Relationships policy and amending our arbitration agreements to make arbitration a choice rather than a requirement in sexual harassment claims,” Anthony Harrison, a spokesman for Facebook, told CNBC in a statement. “Sexual harassment is something that we take very seriously and there is no place for it at Facebook.



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