Rules of Inclusive Language
Inclusive Language & Communication • 3m 50s
Being a welcoming and inclusive organization means consciously working to find ways to name, honor, and value experiences and identities. Increasing the inclusivity of our language addresses the way that language often unconsciously makes assumptions about people. Here are a few rules to follow to make your workplace more inclusive.
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