Inclusive Language at Work: What to Use and What to Avoid

Your Complete HR Chart

Your words matter and they can seriously impact others, especially at work.

In fact, they can be used to include or exclude certain employees, which can make those employees feel diminished and uncomfortable. Repeated non-inclusive language may not only result in less engaged and productive employees but also lead to high turnover and low retention rates.

The good news is that being more aware of the words we use at work can go a long way towards giving all employees a stronger sense of inclusion and belonging. And we have just the guide to help.

Discover a comprehensive chart detailing non-inclusive terms to avoid and inclusive terms to use to help you ensure inclusive language at your organization.

Help all your employees feel welcome, seen heard and respected today.

Please complete the form below to download your free copy: Inclusive Language at Work

All fields are mandatory.

We want to keep you up-to-date with what’s happening at XpertHR and tell you about our latest products and other services. We’ll send you emails that we think you’ll be interested in, including selected articles, updates and reminders about forthcoming events.

XpertHR* may email you with information about its products, events and other services. If you do not wish to receive such information please tick the box to opt out of these emails.

* XpertHR is a tradename of LexisNexis Risk Solutions Group. By registering your details, you understand that your personal data will be handled according to our Privacy Policy.