A guide to inclusive recruitment for employers
A step by step guide for employers to ensure fair processes are set up to attract a more diverse talent pool
Currently, research has shown that just 28% of employers train all interviewers on legal obligations and objective interview practice. Less than a fifth make efforts to remove bias through testing the words of job adverts (18%) or checking that tests are valid, reliable and objective (17%).
Unfortunately, no one is immune to unconscious bias, so recruitment processes should be redesigned to reduce the influence of bias and discrimination, while getting the most suitable candidate for a role.
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Key steps to consider when making recruitment more inclusive include:
- role design and the job advert
- attracting diverse candidates
- the application process
- the selection process
- monitoring and measuring.
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