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The Lack Of Diversity In Tech Is A Cultural Issue

It has been a commonly held belief that the gender gap in tech is primarily a pipeline issue; that there are simply not enough girls studying math and science.The reality is that gender and racial bias is so ubiquitous in the technology industry that it forces talented female and minority employees to leave. Companies can hire more minorities and women but without addressing this critical issue, they will not experience improvement in diversity.

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Is Name-Blind Recruitment the Answer to Hiring Discrimination?

Using name-blind recruiting methods can reduce conscious or unconscious bias in your company’s hiring decisions.

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Stop Discrimination | How unconscious bias holds us back in recruitment

You are not aware of unconscious bias in recruitement

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Who, What, Why: What is name-blind recruitment?

Companies are removing names from application forms to remove "unconscious bias" against black and ethnic minority students. Why?

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6 Tips for Taking the Bias Out of Your Hiring Process

Here are six actions employers can take to make their recruitment efforts more neutral by removing both unconscious and hidden biases.

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How unconscious bias impacts IT recruiting and hiring

Organizations have made great strides tackling overt discrimination and creating more inclusive working environments. But what's harder to identify, and harder to change, are unconscious biases that have an equally detrimental effect on recruiting and hiring, as well as the everyday work environment.

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Unconscious bias: are you guilty of blocking the talent pipeline?

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Unconscious biases can play a role in what type of people get hired, promoted and fired in the workplace. Unfortunately, we all have unconscious biases. Artificial Brain, Drudge Report, Types Of People, Conservative News, Tech Companies, Future, Workplace, Leo, Social Media

There’s a new platform for tech companies to manage unconscious bias – TechCrunch

Unconscious biases can play a role in what type of people get hired, promoted and fired in the workplace. Unfortunately, we all have unconscious biases. Though, some have more problematic (racist and/or sexist) ones than others. That’s why diversity consulting startup Paradigm and HR platform…

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Blind recruitment: How the ABS broke its unconscious bias

Research shows that unconscious bias is common when it comes to hiring practices. So the Australian Bureau of Statistics decided to overhaul its recruitment process, concealing some of the applicants' details from the selection panel. The results were revealing.

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Anonymous recruitment aims to stamp out bias, but can it prevent discrimination?

Victoria Police, Australia Post and Ernst & Young have signed up for a new recruitment program that strips out gender, age and cultural details

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Unconscious bias hinders diversity recruitment

Training has proved inadequate at removing innate prejudices