Bias isn’t a singular problem when it comes to hiring decisions. It’s actually a set of three related problems, which appear at different points along a candidate’s journey: reviewing resumes, interviewing, and choosing candidates.
A recent paper in the NeuroLeadership Journal delves deep into the science behind reducing bias in hiring. It offers strategies for leaders to select talent based on skills and potential, not identity or other spurious factors.
To learn more about smarter hiring, join Kamila Sip, Ph.D. (Director of Neuroscience Research, NeuroLeadership Institute) for a Members-only briefing and discover the best ways to eliminate bias in your own organization.Log in or become a member to access presentation