How sure are you that your selection process is bias proof despite all process checks and measures in place? How can bias creep in and impact the quality of the diversity in your organization? What are the traps that recruiters and hiring managers are vulnerable to and how to navigate through them?
Despite having firm processes and workflow in place, organizations experience adverse impact on the quality of their new hires in terms of competency. As trivial as it may seem, individual biases could be working overtime in derailing your organizational diversity agenda and organizational performance quality. Biases are human dynamics and the best processes may fail to keep them from playing a role in the adverse impact on new hire quality and capability. Recruiters and hiring managers may be playing a role unknowingly and knowingly in many cases and your team may be hiring people that they think are right but are not. Providing an inclusive experience to candidates is also paramount in ensuring your company brand is not impacted adversely
So, what drives unconscious and conscious bias to impact hiring quality? Why are people sometimes tempted into knowingly making hiring decisions that are not in the best interests of the role in question? Why do some candidates refuse to join? These are some questions this session aims to answer.
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Date: Thursday, 14 December 2017
Time: 3.30 pm to 5.00pm