You Might Be Missing Out on the Best Female Job Candidates

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Unconscious gender biases are, unfortunately, a part of every hiring process.

Studies conducted on this subject show that hiring managers, both male and female, tend to favor male candidates in the recruitment process. However, by turning away talented female candidates, your company loses out on valuable contributors to the business.

Even when males and female applicants possess equal qualifications, most companies tend to select the males. By doing this, companies are restricting their potential and limiting the creativity that comes from having a diverse workforce.

However, this isn’t the only way that companies are losing out on talented females. Men

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