- Insight into the impact of unconscious bias in hiring and selection practices.
- Three actionable steps you can take now to help your organization reduce the impact of unconscious bias.
- What other organizations are doing to minimize the impact of unconscious bias.
State of Hiring 2022: Mitigating Unconscious Bias during Hiring and Selection
Did you know that 65% of managers guide their hiring decisions based on instinct rather than data?
With organizations facing a struggle for talent and feeling pressured to fill positions quickly, speed becomes the predominant criteria in the selection process. The result? Hiring managers may unknowingly make decisions and choices that exclude certain individuals based on a single characteristic or trait.
To better understand the impact unconscious bias has on hiring and selection and its long-term impact in the workplace, Wiley recently surveyed 5,000 working professionals.
We have shared the findings of this research in our latest white paper, State of Hiring: Mitigating Unconscious Bias during Hiring and Selection and in this webinar, we will do an in-depth look at the State of Hiring and how PXT Select™ can help.
In this 60-minute interactive, virtual event, you will gain:
This event offers 1 SHRM Recertification Professional Development Unit
Senior Manager, Client Services
Crystal has spent over 15 years developing people to be fully engaged in their work and home life. She has used her strategic insight and financial astuteness to drive employee engagement through metrics that matter at all levels. Her current role in the Workplace Learning Solution space of Wiley allows Crystal the luxury of joining her creative people strategies with psychometric assessments to create a thriving workforce. Crystal is passionate about talent development and understanding the core behaviors that drive high performance and engagement.
Director, Research & Development
Amanda holds a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology, minor in Statistics from Baylor University. She has experience in behavioral research activities and spent six years teaching courses at Baylor University as well as being a visiting lecturer for Buyer Behavior at the University of Cincinnati Carl H. Lindner College of Business. She is founding President of the NuRhoSci honor society in Neuroscience, Baylor University chapter, and founding member of Baylor Teaching Commons. For three years, Amanda worked with the US Army Institute for the Behavioral Sciences to improve military training and retention. During her 8+ years with PXT Select™ a Wiley brand, she has lead research for product development, conducted psychometric analyses on assessment data, consulted on assessment implementation techniques, and ensured research activity and product compliance with state and federal regulation for fairness in workforce decisions.
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