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Achieve workforce diversity by attracting candidates from all backgrounds
Eliminate bias from job descriptions to encourage qualified candidates from all backgrounds and walks of life to apply. Craft inclusive job descriptions that align with your culture.
Use artificial intelligence to combat unconscious bias
It is hard to spot bias that comes from our subconscious. Gain confidence knowing AI will flag any unintentionally offensive language before publishing a job description.
Ensure everyone feels welcome
Increase applicant volume
Inclusive job descriptions attract a range of qualified candidates who feel welcome to apply and align with your company's values.
Improve candidate quality
When candidates from diverse backgrounds feel they belong and are valued they are more likely to apply and contribute to your organization.
Reach more diverse talent pools
Maximize your reach by combining inclusive job descriptions with targeted outreach strategies to give your talent acquisition team maximum reach to target qualified candidates who feel welcomed by your culture
Lower hiring costs
Streamline the recruiting process, reduce turnover & time to hire, and attract the best candidates with inclusive job descriptions.
More ways to attract and retain qualified talent that matches your values
Effectively manage inclusive job descriptions for improved recruiting and retention efforts.
10 words and phrases to avoid in a job description
This term can indicate a preference for a certain type of candidate and discourage others from applying.
These words can have a gendered connotation and suggest that the ideal candidate is young, male, and aggressive.
The term can be interpreted as negative and discourage candidates who prefer a more collaborative work environment.
Work hard, play hard
This phrase can be exclusionary and imply that the company values long hours and drinking culture over work life balance.
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