It’s no secret that diversity is advantageous to business development. Large corporations invest millions of dollars to address a lack of diversity in the form of training programs, diversity goals, and recruiting incentives. Even with all of these resources at their disposal, these companies fall short of their own initiatives. How is it possible to eliminate such a persistent problem?
Removing implicit bias, the unconscious connotations we assign to certain groups, from the process rather than the people of an organization may be the answer.
Here are five ways to address hiring bias that can help your company hire the most qualified