84 per cent of candidates feel the current recruitment process needs to change.
“Managers are inevitably subject to some prevalent human biases.”
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Working class women earn £16,000 less than men from wealthier backgrounds for similar roles.
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Two in five workers in the UK claim that they have experienced workplace bias in relation to their age, a disability, their social background or their sexuality.
During a recent training session on Unconscious Bias, where we discussed different types of biases, one of the participants brought up his personal experiences of receiving negative and dismissive responses from customers and colleagues, because of, he believes, his foreign accent.