Inclusive language checking with Acrolinx

Inclusive content, wherever you write

Does your content speak to all identities?

A 2018 survey by Deloitte revealed that the language companies use in interviews may leave a negative first impression that causes candidates to turn down opportunities. And when it comes to written content, people can often tell if an organization has clear policies around diversity and inclusion through its use of tone and phrasing in content. To speak to all identities, you need inclusive language checking for every type of enterprise content — not just recruitment materials.

Acrolinx’s AI-powered content improvement platform scales corporate diversity and inclusion efforts across your organization — providing educational guidance and reporting to support the awareness and adoption of inclusive language.

Inclusive language checking with Acrolinx

It doesn’t matter what kind of content you’re creating – Acrolinx offers content creators guidance wherever they write. We’ve grouped our inclusive language guidelines into four categories. They are:

  1. Respectful language
  2. Gender neutral language
  3. Person first language
  4. Inclusive representation 

An example of the kind of feedback you’d receive with Acrolinx Inclusive Language checks would be:

Historical context: Feedback on the history that certain words have.

Intentional use: Referring to personal traits only when necessary.

Accessible to all: Guidance on clear language that considers non-native English speakers. 

Fair job descriptions: Gender neutral language that keeps the door open for all applicants. 

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