In Part 2 we had a deeper dive into how we can minimize these biases using Structured Behavioral Interviews for employees.
In part 1 of this series, we discussed cognitive bias and how it impacts the interview process. This article is a deeper dive into the ways we can minimize these biases to improve our hiring processes. How Ambiguity Affects Interview Outcomes This study shows that a few factors minimized the bias against women in male-dominated […]
Interviewing appears simple: manage a conversation about the experience, credentials, aspirations of your candidates and align your findings to your opportunity. However, significant problems arise. For example, diversity is literally front and center on the ERE Recruiting blog and it’s covered in many other publications as well. Yet, progress toward more diversity in corporate leadership […]
I hate the term work-life balance. Life is not the opposite of work for me. I hope it is not the opposite for you. When I’m working, I’m engaging, connecting, growing… Also I am definitely breathing when I am working. Hope you are too! So, what do we mean when we speak of work vs […]
The tail end of the year and onset of autumn can usher in a certain sense of restlessness. Kids go back to school and our own thoughts go back to New Years resolutions — including those we did not keep. We face the end of the year, feel a cool breeze, and understand once again, in […]