5 Examples of Neurodiversity Hiring Programs

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neurodiversity hiring program

20% of the adult population is neurodiverse, and 80% are unemployed. Here are 5 companies using a neurodiversity hiring program to find (and employ) more neurodivergent talent. 1. Chevron Name of neurodiversity hiring program: Chevron’s Neurodiversity Program The Gist: A 12 week paid internship program to match neurodiverse talent to appropriate job roles. This internship… Read more »

5 Great Employer Branding Tools

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95% percent of job seekers say an employer’s reputation impacts their decision to apply (or not). Employer branding tools help you create an impactful image. And keep track of your success. I found 5 tools you might want to try. Before we dive in, here’s why “employer branding” is so important. The value of employer… Read more »

25 of the Most-Used Exclusionary Words [in Job Ads]

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Exclusionary Words

Exclusionary words (aka biased language) creep their way into job descriptions more than you think. To find the most used, I reviewed 10,000 real JDs analyzed by Ongig from February 19, 2021, to February 19, 2022. The most-used exclusionary words fall into these bias categories: race age elitism sexual orientation (LGBTQ+) disability former felons mental… Read more »

7 Examples of a Manager Job Description Template [+ 1 free to copy/paste]

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manager job description template

700+ people search for some variation of “manager job description template” on Google every month. In this blog, you’ll find: the definition of “manager” 7 examples of manager job descriptions a free copy/paste template to help you write your own manager JD Note: I ran the job postings through Ongig’s Text Analyzer software to ensure… Read more »

15 Funny HR Quotes [to make you Laugh or Cry!]

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At Ongig, we like to mix the serious task of writing inclusive job descriptions with a little light-heartedness. So here are 15 funny human resources quotes to brighten your day. Enjoy! 15 Funny HR quotes (from actors, authors, presidents & more) “Oh, you hate your job? Why didn’t you say so? There’s a support group… Read more »

5 Companies Hiring People with ADHD

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Top execs like Jenny Dearborn (Chief People Officer at Klaviyo) and Damien Hooper-Campbell (Chief Diversity Officer at Zoom) pictured below…and many others have found success despite their ADHD diagnosis. Adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are 30% more likely to have issues with employment. But some brands are working to lower these statistics. Here… Read more »

40+ Quotes about Diversity and Inclusion

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At Ongig, we like to celebrate all people. So I created this list of 40+ quotes about diversity and inclusion to celebrate our differences. They are from CEOs, world leaders, writers, actors, activists, and more. Enjoy! Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace Quotes Let’s start the list with some quotes about inclusion and diversity at… Read more »

What does “Individual Contributor” mean?

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what is a individual contributor 

The phrase, individual contributor (IC), shows up often in job descriptions. So, what does IC mean? Let’s define it, along with some examples of where (and why) you might use it in your JDs. Individual Contributor Meaning   We here at Ongig define individual contributor is…an employee who is only responsible for managing themselves. An… Read more »

Is “POC” friendly?

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is poc friendly

Is “POC” friendly language? It’s not a simple answer. In this blog, I answer the question what does POC mean?  And, help shed some light on the confusion around POC and IF you should use it (or not).  What does “POC” stand for?  In diversity, POC means “People/Person of Color” in North America and “People/Person… Read more »