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Unconscious bias hinders diversity recruitment Training has proved inadequate at removing innate prejudices Read next by: Alicia Clegg Even computer programs designed to eliminate human subjectivity sometimes fail. Bias in the hiring process is prevalent and hard to eradicate. Scientists have found evidence that data-driven recruitment algorithms have the potential to learn our prejudices.
24 February 2017 The Manningham community is invited to celebrate International Women's Day with an afternoon of inspirational guest speakers at the ' Women Inspiring Women' luncheon on Sunday 5 March.
International Women's Day is recognised globally and celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political
Allyson Zimmermann is Executive Director at Catalyst Europe, where she works with leading global organisations, developing and supporting Catalyst members in advancing their diversity and inclusion initiatives to make positive change for women in the workplace. As a citizen of the US and Switzerland, she currently resides in Zurich, previously having lived and worked in five other countries. Allyson holds a B.A.
More than four decades after a law was passed to ensure men and women were paid the same, large differences persist. To end this gender wage gap will need more government action
The danger of using milestones as a metaphor is that we may imagine we are on a steady journey. Progress is rarely so predictable. It can take much longer than one might imagine to get from one marker to the next.