Implicit Bias: Taming the Tiger in Hiring and Recruiting
Program ID 111178
Thursday, Oct 12th 2017
01:00 pm - 02:00 pm (EST)
1.0 Credits
Course Description:
We all know that it is unlawful—and bad business—to consider an applicant’s or employee’s gender, race, color, religion, etc. in making a hiring or promotion decision. But sometimes we do so implicitly—that is, without conscious awareness. This may raise legal issues and it most certainly raises business/HR issues. This program focuses on types of implicit bias that may infect hiring and promotional processes. Tests to uncover implicit bias also are explored, as well as the sometimes unconsidered risks of those tests. The program includes a discussion of training options to help bring unconscious bias to conscious awareness without creating discoverable data that can be used against the organization. Because promotions are often tied to evaluations, particular attention will be paid to implicit bias in appraisals. Finally, the webinar concludes with systemic safeguards to mitigate the potential for unconscious bias to rear its ugly head from screening to decision making.

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Reminder: Nonprofits should use the discount code NPWEB10 when adding this course to cart to receive the 10% discount.

Credits: 1.0 CA CLE; 1.0 PA CLE; 1.2 NJ CLE; 1.0 NY CLE; 1.0 HRCI; 1.0 SHRM
Delivery Provider Name: Duane Morris Institute
Jonathan Segal
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