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April 22, 2021

It’s Not What You Say But How You Say It – Socioeconomics and Hiring

How much can we really tell about someone within the first few moments of meeting them? Apparently, a lot. A Yale study demonstrated "that people…
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December 17, 2020

Shrinking Our Blind Spots

As humans, we are boundedly rational. This means that we cannot think of every option or solution when faced with a choice. Technology allows us…
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December 3, 2020

How Simple Questions Can Breed Discrimination

Caste Discrimination  The caste system in South Asian societies is one of the oldest and most institutionalized forms of discrimination. A recent episode of NPR's…
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November 19, 2020

Making Decisions on Purpose

We all have different reactions when faced with making decisions. We might feel overwhelmed by choices or fearful of making the wrong decision. Excitement or…
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July 2, 2019

Unconscious Bias Prevents Our Hiring Disabled Workers

Disabled workers make us feel uncomfortable. Discomfort comes from not understanding the needs of a disabled co-worker. Our unconscious bias points us to situations where…
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June 20, 2019

Will AI see beyond the obvious, and remove bias? Can you?

My wife and I visited the Grand Canyon for our anniversary at the beginning of the month. We love to camp and during our trip…
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July 18, 2018

The lack of unconscious bias tools hurts your recruiting efforts and your business

July 18, 2018 / by Scot Sessions Unconscious behavior and bias is common in all people.  While bias is easily spotted in others, we often…
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