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We all want to feel accepted at work, and an inclusive culture makes that possible. On top of that, diverse workplaces are often more innovative and more profitable.

But how do you know if a potential employer is truly inclusive? When you know what to look for, a little research can go a long way.

Often unconscious bias, or even outright preferences, show up in the language of job descriptions. Compare the job description you’re interested in with similar ones from other companies, especially ones known for being inclusive.

Now take a peek at your potential employer’s career site. Many employers devote a portion of their careers section to diversity and inclusion (D&I). Check whether the company shares its current diversity numbers and goals….



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Credit to Anne Shaw for the original post.

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