The Future of Hiring: Understanding Bias

Publisher: Talent Select AI

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The Future of Hiring: Understanding Bias

“Bias” is a word that gets thrown around a lot. But what does it mean exactly? More importantly, how does it come into play in hiring? While some biases are obvious, namely those against protected classes (race, gender, age, etc.), there are many more subtle biases that impact candidates. As Marc Fogel, MS, IO Psychologist and Talent Select AI’s Director of Product, states, “Humans are biased. Our ‘gut’ decisions are biased.” As much as hiring managers do to mitigate both conscious and unconscious bias in their processes, they can still impact decision-making. Knowing what they are, especially unconscious bias, is key to finding solutions that mitigate their impact. In this white paper, we explore different types of bias and how they show up in the hiring process. We also showcase Talent Select AI's next-gen approach to removing bias from candidate assessment and selection.