Beyond the ethical and moral case for gender equality in the workplace, there’s a practical reason that gender neutral job descriptions should be top of mind for every HR leader: Organizations with gender equality are more profitable.
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Many college degrees trend toward specific genders. More men, for example, have computer programming degrees, while more women have teaching degrees. As such, by asking for a specific degree, you run the risk of unintentionally minimizing the number of a particular gender who might apply for a position.