Reducing Unconscious Bias In The Hiring Process

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As human beings, we are constantly making decisions and judgments about the people in our environment. Sometimes we realize we’re doing it and other times we don’t. Implicit or unconscious bias is when we make judgments about others unknowingly that influence our perception of that person, either in a positive or negative light. In a hiring context, this can mean unknowingly sorting out strong candidates because of underlying bias instead of giving each job applicant a fair shot. It can be the difference between some candidates facing invisible barriers and others sailing through the process. If you’re serious about truly

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