Cheat Sheet

Incorporating Inclusive Language

10 Minute Read

    Key Takeaways
    • Organizations should use inclusive language to make employees of all identities feel seen and feel safe.
    • Remember to remove, reword, or rethink language that stigmatizes marginalized groups.
    • Consider what existing resources you can use to implement an inclusive language policy and look for opportunities to continuously improve your organization’s communication practices.

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