The probe, carried out by Herbert Smith Freehills, focused on the company’s policies, procedures and handling of HR-related complaints following the "forced hugging" claims made by several employees.
Following interviews with current and former employees, the law firm identified “several areas for improvement in the company’s HR policies and procedures”.
As a result, Ted Baker has begun a “refresh of its HR policies to ensure their alignment with current best practice”.
Accusations were also made that he massaged employees, kissed their ears and asked some to sit on his lap.
Chairman David Bernstein said: “We are determined to learn from this process and, moving forward, cultivate a better environment for all employees where they always feel respected and valued.
“We are implementing changes and improvements and are committed to developing best-practice HR policies and procedures that reflect the Ted culture we are looking to develop and enhance in the future.”
The high street fashion chain will embark on renewed training for all employees on HR policies and procedures and on acceptable workplace conduct, and maintain an independent and confidential whistleblowing hotline.
It will also look to enhance the oversight of both people and culture matters at the board level.
He said: “We have a strong brand and outstanding teams around the world, and I am confident that together we will continue to build on our success and continue to develop Ted Baker as a global lifestyle brand.”