7 Tips to Remove Implicit Bias in Interviews

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White men make up around 85% of U.S. board members and execs. Despite the rise in diversity and inclusion efforts, bias still creeps into the hiring process. If you need to know how to remove implicit bias from your interviews, I found 7 ways.

First, let’s define implicit bias (with some texture and examples). 

What is implicit bias? 

Implicit bias is when a person prefers (or has an aversion to) a group of people without even knowing it. Before you start interviewing for your next role, keep watch for these implicit bias roadblocks:

Affinity Bias – Giving favor to

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