Google likewise changed on Thursday, a week after thousands of employees briefly stopped the company considering the allegations of sexual harassment and abuse of top executives.
The action taken by Facebook, first reported by The Wall Street Journal, means that employees will no longer have to give up private intervention, which kept the accusations in secret and sometimes permitted defendants to continue their behavior.
Employees can now bring their allegations in court. Other employees in technology companies such as Microsoft and Uber have already eliminated compulsory intervention.
Facebook now requires executive directors and senior positions to disclose personal relationships with employees in the company.