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If to be human is to be biased, is it possible to create a human-centered yet unbiased hiring process?
At Brainlabs, we aim to create a human-centered candidate experience where candidates deeply understand:
We also aim to be remarkable in Diversity & Inclusion (D&I): we’re on a mission to create a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace that embraces and celebrates individuality.
As part of our D&I work, we’ve been working with the Business Psychologists at Pearn Kandola to “take bias out of our business”. As they say: we are all biased, and it’s important to recognise this fact in order to move forward and focus on what we can do about our biases.
In order to achieve our aims, we can’t entirely eliminate either humans or bias from our hiring process. What we can do is be intentional in creating a candidate journey that strives to be both inclusive and objective.
Although these aims of being human-centred and bias-free in recruitment may initially appear to be in opposition, through thoughtful analysis and strategic interventions, it is possible to strike a balance.
I would love to hear how you’re striking the perfect balance! Please share your feedback, questions, and ideas via [email protected].
PS: If you want to learn more about bias, check out my teammate and friend Nari Bowie’s blog ‘How Unconscious Bias Can Lead to Microaggression’.
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