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#RedBranchWeekly: Managing and Hiring Without Bias

Eliminating bias in the workplace should be a top priority for any employer. But, it is something that many still struggle with. In order to manage your team effectively, while also ensuring that you are hiring the best talent, bias needs to disappear. But, how do you go about starting this process? We have insights from three of our partners below to help you start your path to success!

From hiring to managing different generations, to even simply showing appreciation in an equal manner, all these aspects come together to stop bias in the workplace. And, you can easily put these tactics to use within your own company! Take a look and see what changes you can make.

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Managing generations is easy once you understand that 1) stereotypes exist for a reason and 2) generations are as alike as they are different. Take a look…


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a group of diverse employeesWCN: How to Stop Bias from Infiltrating Your Intelligent Recruiting Process

Workforce diversity has quickly become a common value among organizations, especially those who focus on driving innovation or being thought leaders in their industry. Learn more…


Workplace #diversity starts by eliminating bias. Here's how to make that happen: Click To Tweet

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Who knew employee appreciation could be as simple as noticing and mentioning a job well done? It doesn’t take much to show employees you care. This is what you need to do to show your employees you care…


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