3 Tools for Eliminating Sexist Language in Job Ads

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Using sexist language in your job ads might keep women or people from the LGBTQ+ community from applying.

These 3 tools highlight sexist language in your job ads…and give options for replacements, so you can be more inclusive. The best part, while they find sexist language (or other biased words), they also help you craft job ads encouraging diverse talent to apply.

1. Ongig

Ongig scans your job ads (or other hiring content) and flags phrases considered “exclusionary” based on:

sexism gender biassexual orientationraceethnicityelitismagedisabilityneurodiversitymental healthveteran statusand more!

When Text Analyzer reviews your job ads, it underlines words and phrases

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