When hiring, recruiters usually focus on the skills and strengths of an applicant. They pay attention to the work experiences and the maturity of the applicant if he/she will eventually contribute to the growth of the company. However, there are certain biases that veer away the attention of the recruiter to what truly matters.
According a survey by Korn Ferry Institute in 2015, 62% of the respondents said that their companies lack intellectual and experiential depth. A pressing issue about the employee makeup of company could all be solved by addressing the point of conflict at the very start – hiring.
While companies try to correct this internally by implementing programs to be more culturally accepting, it doesn’t actually solve the root cause of the issue.
In this infographic by ThisWay Global, be informed about the different types of biases and how to stop them from hampering the success of your hiring process.