Seven Strategies for Eliminating Recruitment Bias
Learn how to avoid these biases
Associations want to build a workplace that is fair, inclusive and diverse. This requires a commitment to eliminating recruitment bias in every aspect of the hiring process.
Recruitment bias can take many forms, from intentional discrimination to unconscious biases that hiring managers may not even realize they have. This can result in missed opportunities to hire talented individuals from diverse backgrounds and can also contribute to a work environment that is less inclusive and equitable.
Studies have shown that recruitment bias can have far-reaching consequences, including lower employee morale, increased turnover and reduced productivity. It can also lead to a lack of diversity in the workplace, which can limit the exchange of ideas and stifle creativity and innovation.
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