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Infographic How to Stop these 16 Biases that can Influence your Hiring Decision
SMPP Software ProviderThe recruitment industry has evolved itself to be an industry that is just and unbiased. Because of the multiple benefits of having a diverse and inclusive workforce, companies have made conscious efforts to tweak their recruitment strategies to eliminate biases and hire people from different backgrounds.

One of the most prominent is the Beauty Bias. By its very word, this is the type of bias that focuses on the physical attributes of the applicant. According to a book by Daniel Hamermesh titled “Beauty Pays: Why Attractive People Are More Successful,” there’s a difference of 3-4% when it comes to how much an attractive person earns compared to a below-average looking person.

However, it’s established in the society that an evaluation of a person’s strength should be beyond what the eyes can see. Know the different types of biases that can hinder the success of your hiring process through this infographic by ThisWay Global.
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