Articles Tagged "Bias"
Most DEI Training Doesn't Work: Here's How to Tie Training to Impact
A two-hour DEI training alone won't change behaviors. Here's how to make sure your efforts have the impact you want.
Interrupting Biases Beneath the Surface
The problem isn't that we have biases — we all do — the problem is when we fail to recognize how biases influence our thoughts and decisions.
Should Compensation Be Based on Location?
How global and remote organizations set up their pay scale has a big impact on employees. Here's a look at some key considerations.
Dall-E Paints a Picture of a New Frontier in Artificial Intelligence
The AI program can illustrate just about anything using a short text prompt, opening up new questions in the ethical AI debate.
Are You Safeguarding Against Bias in Your AI Hiring Systems?
AI and machine-learning algorithms promise to sort through applicants faster, but this speed can come at a cost without proper oversight.
Generational Differences and How They Affect Workplace Dynamics
Leading organizations understand the need to shed age bias to tap into this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to manage four generations in the workforce.
Learning & Development
Why Diversity Training Fails, and How to Make it Stick
If your company is treating diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) as a stand-alone diversity training topic, it’s doomed to fail.
Collaboration & Productivity
Does Your Company Have Proximity Bias?
Proximity bias can be deadly to a healthy hybrid workplace. To avoid negative effects, leaders should identify risks early on and adapt how teams work together.
Get Reworked Podcast: How to Interrupt Bias in Your Company
Author and law professor Joan C. Williams talks about the opportunity remote work presents to tackle the ways systemic bias manifests in organizations.
Is Your Recruiting Algorithm Biased?
Your tools are thwarting your diversity goals. Take steps to overcome the bias inherent in the algorithms that underpin recruiting automation.