Google made similar changes on Thursday, a week after thousands of employees paused to protest the way the company handled allegations of sexual harassment and harassment of top executives.
The measure adopted by Facebook, which was reported in the first instance by The Wall Street Journal, implies that employees will no longer have to submit to personal mediation, which maintains the confidentiality of allegations and sometimes allows defendants to continue their behavior.
Employees can now file their charges in court. Other employees of technology companies, such as Microsoft and Uber, have eliminated mandatory mediation.
Facebook now needs executives with directors and a higher position to reveal personal relationships with company employees.