Recruitment is a fundamental process for every organisation. Get it right and it can strengthen company culture, improve productivity and performance, and positively impact wellbeing and diversity. Get it wrong and the negative effects can be far-reaching for individuals, teams and organisations.
So how do HR professionals ensure that their recruitment processes are fair and unbiased and so attract the best talent?
In this episode, we talk to three HR experts about the impact of unconscious bias on recruitment. We look at how unconscious bias can creep into to any decision-making process and offer advice on what HR and managers can do to address the effects of unconscious bias in their organisations, particularly at the point of recruitment.
Explore our collection of resources and Q&As covering the recruitment process, from pre-employment checks and case law, to employing overseas workers
Looks at the main stages of the recruitment and resourcing process, from defining the role to making the appointment
Reviews candidate assessment methods as part of the recruitment process, focusing on interviews, psychometric tests and assessment centres.
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