Common Hiring Biases
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Countless studies have shown that diverse workplaces are more profitable, show higher long-term valuation, and possess better decision-making capabilities. To ensure that your practices are conducive to diverse hiring, it’s important to minimize biases. Here are a few to watch out for.
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