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McDonald's rolls out training, hotline as sexual harassment complaints mount

CHICAGO - McDonald's has responded to mounting complaints about sexual harassment with employee training programs and a new anonymous reporting hotline.

The Chicago-based fast food chain sent a letter Monday to Illinois Democratic Sen. Tammy Duckworth detailing its efforts, in response to a letter Duckworth sent the company in December expressing her concerns about multiple sexual harassment complaints made by its restaurant employees.

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