Ford, in a statement, said it "does not tolerate sexual harassment or discrimination" and investigates claims throughly.
The automaker said it requires all new hires go through anti-harassment training and has a toll-free phone number to report violations. It reiterated that employees need to disclose romantic relationships with co-workers. Some of the moves were mandated in the settlement with the EEOC.
Additionally, Ford said it has taken a number of steps, beginning two years ago, to curb improper behavior at its Chicago plants. Those actions include more than 20,000 hours of mutual respect training for all employees.
"We are taking the steps necessary to reinforce Ford's commitment to a work environment free of harassment and discrimination," the company said.