Mitigating Unconscious Bias during Hiring and Selection

Publisher: The Assessment Company

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Mitigating Unconscious Bias during Hiring and Selection

In the increasingly complex and ambiguous world we live in, companies find themselves scrambling to find talent to fill open roles across all levels. There are challenges sourcing, hiring, and retaining top talent. This drastic shift in the labor market has sidetracked proactive efforts to create a diverse and equitable workforce resulting in reactive practices filling gaps with whatever is possible.