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Revolutionizing Job Searches: No Resumes, No Biases, Just Interviews

A Truly Inclusive Hiring Approach

Interviewing Has Never Been Easier

We work with employers committed to diversity and inclusion to eliminate bias in applicant tracking systems. We let you accelerate right to the interview stage instead. 

Step 1

Schedule your opening interview with our team or record a quick interview with preset questions. We’ll cut your interview into a condensed package that showcases your value to employers.

Step 2

Review your edited opening interview until you’re comfortable and confident! Re-record as many times as you like and choose who can see your interview.  

Step 3

Publish your opening interview! Sit back and wait for second interview requests to flood in – we’ll contact companies and share your interview for you. 

For Everyone, With Love from Inclusive Network

At Inclusive Network, we celebrate diversity and inclusion at its broadest definition. While we actively advocate for the rights and representation of the LGBTQIA+ community, we also recognize that biases in recruiting impact everyone, regardless of their identity or affiliation.

Whether you belong to a marginalized class or not, if you’ve ever felt overlooked, underestimated, or excluded, our platform is designed with you in mind. We firmly believe that every individual deserves a fair and unbiased opportunity in the job market.

Empowering the LGBTQIA+ Community in the Job Market

At Inclusive Network, we celebrate and champion the diverse experiences and identities within the LGBTQIA+ community. We’re committed to creating a recruitment platform that not only acknowledges but actively counteracts the biases faced by LGBTQIA+ individuals. Here’s why this mission is so critical:



resumes indicating a candidate’s involvement in an LGBTQIA+ organization were 23% less likely to receive a callback


26% of transgender individuals lost a job due to bias, and 50% were harassed on the job.



gay men earned up to 10% less than their heterosexual counterparts, a clear sign of the ‘pink ceiling’ in the workplace, where the LGBTQIA+ community faces barriers to equal pay and advancement opportunities.


LGBTQIA+ people of color are more likely to experience discrimination and harassment at work, with 32% of respondents reporting such experiences.

For Everyone, With Love from Inclusive Network

At Inclusive Network, we believe everyone should have an equal opportunity to shine, regardless of their background or identity.