A recruiter spends on average 6 seconds per CV. In that time, what are they looking at?
However, what do they look at during that time and how do they make choices? Most of the time on an candidate’s names, job title and its company
Our brains consist of 100 billion neurons. Unconscious biases are the automatic, mental shortcuts used to process the world’s information.
Electroencephalogram (EEG) measures neural activity of employer’s brains and how they reacted to different CVs and sentences.
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One of the most important things we can do to promote diversity in the workplace is to correct for the unconscious bias that all of us have. Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO
When we listen and celebrate what is both common and different, we become a wiser, more inclusive, and better organization. Pat Wadors, Head of HR at LinkedIn
The point isn’t to get people to accept that they have biases, but to get them to see [for themselves] that those biases have negative consequences for others. Theresa McHenry, HR Director at Microsoft