Unconscious Bias in recruitment training

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Unconscious Bias in Recruitment

There are numerous studies reporting the impact of unconscious bias on recruitment and selection – BAME vs white ‘sounding’ names, overweight people, those with a weak handshake or tattoos, and of course gender (to name just a few!) As a result, organisations are missing out on great talent; inadvertently encouraging some candidates through micro inequities and affinity bias or discouraging or disregarding others without even realising.

By raising awareness of bias from unconscious to conscious levels and providing simple yet effective guidelines, we can equip recruiters with the awareness and skills to manage the recruitment process fairly and objectively.