Disability bias creeps into your company without you even knowing. Here are 4 tips on how to avoid disability bias in hiring (and beyond).
1. Remove disability bias in job descriptions
Do a quick search on Indeed or LinkedIn, and you’ll find disability bias examples in 80% of job postings. The good news is there’s an easy fix. Software like Ongig’s Text Analyzer helps remove bias in job descriptions, so you’re more inclusive of the disability community.
Here’s an example of physical disability bias in a job posting for a retail employee:
Using words like “walk,”