By Vin Gurrieri (August 14, 2017, 4:31 PM EDT) -- Although most employers strive to create an objective hiring process and attract a diverse workforce, they often fall into the trap of crafting job advertisements that inadvertently contain language that may encourage just one gender to apply.
Job advertisements are often the first interaction a prospective employee has with a company. But even though most employers know they can't legally base hiring decisions on gender and in fact value having a diverse workforce, many tend to look past whether biased language sneaks into the ads that they use.
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