Microsoft is upgrading its practices for investigating workplace reportedly after a group of women has shared stories of sexual harassment and discrimination.

On Monday, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has sent a letter to the employees about the updates.

He informed that the company is increasing its support services for workers, who alleged of experiencing misbehavior, including the introduction of a new “Employee Advocacy Team” to support employees through the investigation process.  

Mr. Nadella said that the company will also provide inclusivity training for all its 16000 managers, impose new and more consistent disciplinary guidelines and create more clarity about the investigation’s outcome.  

The upgradation follow a large internal email chain, which started in March by employees sharing their personal stories of experiencing sexual harassment. It drew the most attention of top executives of Microsoft.

Satya Nadella’s letter to the Microsoft employees was first informed by news site Quartz.

Stay tuned for more details.

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