10 Examples of Awesome Inclusion Statements

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Inclusion Statements appear on web pages, within job postings and, sometimes, in bigger reports (see PepsiCo below). They have become vital copy to attract the best talent. Afterall, the best talent values inclusivity. Here are 10 examples of Inclusion Statements I hope you draw inspiration from: 10 Inclusion Statement Examples   IBM IBM’s web site… Read more »

Employer Required to Pay $250K for Poorly Written ADA Job Description

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The placement of a single bullet in a University’s job description cost it $250,000 under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Job descriptions, under the ADA, can be the “evidence” that courts use to rule in a lawsuit. This is a cautionary tale for employers, especially those who consider rotating work schedule to be an… Read more »

10 Tips for Recruiting People with Disabilities in Job Descriptions

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People with disabilities can, of course, be your most productive workers. But just one word or phrase could make them feel excluded. This bias against people with disabilities is also called ableism. One type/example of ableism in job descriptions is the words we use to describe physical demands. If a candidate has a physical disability,… Read more »