Announcing New Lessons to Prevent Discrimination in Hiring

When it comes to hiring, it seems fair to say that most people don’t want to discriminate. We want to hire fairly because we want the best people for our teams, and because we believe in the value of diversity and inclusion.

But as it turns out, hiring fairly isn’t always so simple. For example, did you know looking at a potential hire’s social media profile can lead to unconscious bias? And there are plenty of other bias-inducing pitfalls in the hiring process, like posing interview questions to some applicants and not others, or allowing salary negotiations to lead to unequal pay.   

Many companies struggle to diversify their workforce. While we may not set out to discriminate against others, bias is complex—and gets in where we least expect it. Without careful attention, it can keep you from hiring the best people for the job, and even get your company into trouble.

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