4/22/2010

Research shows hiring managers often unconsciously discriminate -- based on issues such as gender -- when reading resumes and deciding who is a viable candidate, CV Harquail writes. "[W]hat we've got to change are a myriad of minor moments of discrimination -- the ones that happen as we scan a page and sort people into the 'maybe pile' and the 'no pile,'" Harquail writes.

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