Mitigating Unconscious Bias during Hiring and Selection
It’s no surprise that most hiring managers with understaffed and overworked teams view a structured hiring process as time-consuming. Instead, they often favor instinct for its quick approach—making the selection process susceptible to the effects of unconscious bias.
To better understand the impact unconscious bias has on hiring and selection and its long-term impact in the workplace, Wiley recently surveyed 5,000 working professionals. Our findings will provide a clear understanding of:
- The definition of unconscious bias and its importance in the workplace
- The impact of unconscious bias in hiring and selection
- Three actionable steps to help you minimize the impact of unconscious bias in your organization