Writing Inclusive Job Descriptions
Looking for suggestions on how to write more inclusive job descriptions? Check out these tips:
- Avoid using technical terminology, jargon, acronyms, or long, complex words or sentences.
- Use culturally neutral qualifications. For example, ask about the ability to complete a project on time, rather than requesting a specific project management credential.
- Clearly communicate the essential skills required, while emphasizing that non-essential skills, though not required, are assets.
- Post the salary range to fill roles more efficiently.
- Include potential career trajectory information to highlight professional growth.
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