The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has extended the public commentary period on its 75-page proposed Enforcement Guidance on Harassment” to March 21.

The guidance comprises six major sections, including “Covered Bases and Causation,” “Harassment Resulting in Discrimination with Respect to a Term, Condition, or Privilege of Employment,” and “Liability.” Additionally, the guidance offers employers a “best practices” section with suggestions for policies and training.

The initial public commentary period on the proposed guidance, which was released in January, was set to close on Feb. 9.