5 Reasons NOT to use Microsoft Word for Job Descriptions

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Microsoft Word is a great tool for some things, but it might not be the best for writing job descriptions. Here are 5 reasons to stop using Word for your JDs.

1. Changing settings to scan for racial bias in Microsoft Word is a task

A big part of hiring diverse candidates is connected to the language you use in your JDs. There are settings for flagging racial bias in Microsoft Word (and other things like Microsoft Word gender neutral replacements or sexual orientation bias), but they are hard to find.

It took me 10 minutes, 2

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