4 Bad Hiring Habits That Impact Diversity In The Workplace

Workplace diversity is a fundamental mechanism for a driven, inclusive and proactive workforce. But bad hiring habits can put this at risk. Often formed as a result of different factors that will influence the outcome of a hire leading to … Continue Reading

Why Recruiters Can’t Face The Battle Against Bias Alone

The battle against bias is a continual fight. Recruitment bias is the inclination or prejudice against an individual person or group of people. This involves making judgements on the basis of unfair thoughts and beliefs — outside of a candidate’s control. … Continue Reading

5 Ways Unconscious Bias Is Slipping Into The Hiring Process

5 ways unconscious bias is slipping into a hiring process & how you can avoid this Unconscious bias is slipping into your hiring process, so why aren’t you doing anything about it? Well as the name states many employers and hiring teams … Continue Reading

3 Ways Technology Assists In Reducing Unconscious Bias

Bias is described as an inclination or prejudice for or against one person or a group of people. Whilst the person may acknowledge this and understand their decisions are based on preconceived perceptions, others are not as aware. Hiring managers and … Continue Reading

Hiring Technology Used To Help Create A Diverse Workplace

A Diverse Workplace A diverse workplace is an integral part of any workforce. It does not look favourably upon or discriminate against an individual’s personal characteristics which can include attributes such as; race, gender, ethnic group, age and religion. The importance of these … Continue Reading

What’s In A Name? Unconscious Bias In Recruitment

What’s in a name? The name on a candidate’s CV is usually the first thing a recruiter or hiring manager will see. It’s usually right at the top in a huge font size. As a result, they’re already ‘unconsciously’ forming an … Continue Reading