How often you #involuntarily #discriminate others during the #recruitment #process? Are you justifying yourself by cultural background, religion, education or social origin. However, do we have the right to discriminate or #judge #others? Would we like prejudice to be affecting ourselves? Even if we are fully aware of the #D&I topic, #unconscious #bias may appear in the form of gestures, behaviours, body language, eye contact, and non-verbal body language during the interview with applicants. Recruiters may not even realize it. Thus, how to #reduce #unconscious #bias in #recruitment? Today on #unconscious #bias, #diversity and #inclusion in #recruitment #process.
Czy często zdarza Ci się dyskryminować w trakcie procesu rekrutacji? Czy usprawiedliwiasz to faktem naleciałości kulturowych, wyznaniem, wychowaniem, czy pochodzeniem społecznym? Jednak czy mamy prawo dyskryminować, lub oceniać innych? Czy chcielibyśmy, aby takie uprzedzenia dotknęły nas samych? Nawet będąc w pełni świadomym tematyki D&I, podczas rozmów z kandydatami, nieświadome uprzedzenia (unconscious bias) mogą pojawić się w postaci gestów, zachowań, mowy ciała, kontaktu wzrokowego, czy niewerbalnego języka ciała. Osoby rekrutujące mogą nawet nie zdawać sobie z tego sprawy. Jak zatem uniknąć dyskryminacji w procesie selekcji kandydatów? Kilka słów o uprzedzeniach i inkluzywności w procesie rekrutacji.
We exist in a cut-throat competitive environment. Especially in the recruitment area, where we are in a kind of contest where companies and recruiters are participating in a race to identify relevant candidate faster than the others. This encourages us to see how important is to keep running in this intense competition and fast-growing market. We need to have access to all kind of mediums. Online presence has become evidence of your existence. So what is your recipe for LinkedIn?
The current post-apocalyptic vision of #human #resources is faint. The coronavirus has overloaded not only human health, but also #human #resources in companies.
Today, a few words about #employer #branding tailored to the #crisis caused by a pandemic, patterns coming from the #SSC industry and artificial intelligence in a collision with online recruitment.
“Anybody who ever built an empire or changed the world sat where you are now, and it's because they sat there that they were able to do it” – the most commonly repeated sentence from the movie “Up in the Air”, where George Clooney plays a corporate downsizing expert. The fact is that many of the big names and people at the top of the wealth rankings, sealed their careers with failure. A question to ask yourself is - should we consider the loss of a job as a sign of failure or a disaster? What can be done in this situation?
„Liars can act out body language only for a short time”.
Although we have the least control over our gestures, as vast majority of them are unconscious, that means that we need to keep the most attention on them. Verbal communication has to be coherent with your body language. These behaviors determine our credibility in the eyes of the recruiter and the employer.
What can be more frustrating, the phone rings after you have sent your resume, but the journey to securing your dream jobs ends after the first or second interview with the employer. Maybe you get to the final stage to be beaten to the post by another candidate.
“It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed.”