Words matter. A seemingly benign statement can help us feel included or excluded. These tools can help you use more inclusive language when communicating with candidates as well as employees. We all use language that is subtly "gender-coded." Think about “bossy” and “feisty,” for instance, which we almost never use to describe men. When this linguistic gender-coding shows up in job posts, it detracts some people from applying for jobs that are advertised with gender-coded language. This tool checks whether a job post has the kind of subtle linguistic gender-coding. Gender Decoder for Job Posts Long sentences and complex phrases can make job posts difficult to understand. These tools helps you edit your content so it appeals to as wide an audience as possible. Hemingway App — This app highlights lengthy, complex sentences and common errors. Grammarly — Grammarly's AI-powered writing assistant helps you compose bold, clear, mistake-free writing. Milkround — Milkround's Jargon Decoder helps you identify and translate confusing language in job descriptions. Readability formulas — Understand the reading score being applied to your text.