Beware of ‘gender coded’ language in job ads, recruiters are warned

Recruiters using ‘gender coded’ language in job adverts run the risk of being brought to tribunal.

That’s the warning from lawyers commenting on analysis of 77,000 jobs posted to UK recruitment websites over a six-week period by online jobs board totaljobs that showed 87% of the jobs posted contained ‘gender-coded’ language,...

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