Contrast Bias: Everything HR Professionals Must Know

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Contrast effect bias (also simply called contrast bias), like any other type of workplace bias, profoundly impacts employees and organizations. It can hamper career advancement opportunities, lower job satisfaction and morale, negatively affect mental health, strain professional relationships, increase turnover rates, and dampen productivity.

For example, 39% of the respondents in a Deloitte survey reported experiencing bias at least once a month, while 68% said witnessing or experiencing bias harmed their productivity.

But what is contrast bias, how can it negatively impact your organization and its employees, and how can you prevent it in your workplace?

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