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Recruiters have unconscious bias towards hiring 'Mini-Me's'

Recruiters have unconscious bias towards hiring 'Mini-Me's'

Managers would rather hire people like themselves, especially if the candidate is white and male. That is the conclusion of a new report from the CIPD.

A Head for Hiring: The Behavioural Science of Recruitment argues that recruiters and hiring managers should learn more about insights from behavioural sciences to avoid making hiring decisions based on unconscious bias.

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