Employees can’t be held personally accountable for harassing co-workers under the state’s anti-discrimination law, the California Supreme Court ruled Thursday.

The practical effect of the ruling is to deprive harassed workers of a remedy in cases where employers take prompt steps to curb untoward behavior.

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