Are you human? Are you a good human? These are the questions employers should really be asking—the days of gender roles and glass ceilings should be behind us. So why do handbooks, employment agreements, and interview questions still run along gender lines? What is the point of using “him/her” or “s/he” in a handbook when “you” or “the employee” conveys the point just as easily? If the document is used at the start of employment, like a handbook or employment contract, why would a company want to potentially offend its new employee from Day 1? In recent years, employers are taking a hard look at their communications to ensure they are promoting the principles of diversity, equality, and inclusion in order to eliminate bias.