Tag: unconscious bias

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Framing Unconscious Bias Awareness at Your Organization

Unconscious bias can be a major factor in whether a workforce is diverse. More likely than not, hiring managers impart their own hidden biases upon their hiring practices. This can be very damaging to an organization, but behavioral scientists have studied this phenomenon in the hopes of understanding it and coming up with practical solutions.

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What Is Unconscious Bias Training?

Earlier this year in April, two black men were arrested in a Starbucks in Pennsylvania. A Starbucks employee had called the police, claiming that the two men were loitering without paying for anything, and the two men stated that they were waiting for someone else to arrive.

4 Tips for Inspiring a More Inclusive Company Culture

Research and studies indicate that members of the LGBTQ community,  racial minorities, women, individuals who practice different religions, and those who have a disability still experience workplace discrimination. Here’s how you can inspire a more inclusive company culture that works toward dispelling as many instances of discrimination in the workplace as possible.

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Taking the Buzz Word Out of Bias

Bias continues to be a big topic in diversity and inclusion, but there is more to culture change and changing mind-set than taking a test on bias. While understanding bias is one key to diversity and inclusion practices and behaviors, it can be used as a buzz word, “trend or flavor of the month,” or […]