Successful hiring goes beyond listing requirements, qualifications, and benefits. Adding inclusive phrases to your job descriptions helps attract top talent from a diverse pool of candidates.
Here are 7 examples of phrases to make people from underrepresented groups feel included when reading your JDs, careers sites, diversity pages, and more:
1. “All Genders”
Phrases like “the opposite sex” or “he/she” exclude gender binary people who do not identify as male or female. Saying “all genders” or using personal pronouns like “they” or “them” recognizes every individual’s perspective.
Puma uses “all genders” along with other inclusive phrases in