Bias is one of the main obstacles to diversity and inclusion. People are susceptible to bias both in their private and professional lives. In the workplace, bias can be found in many places, from the initial job posting to promotions, raises, and benefits.
Unconscious bias is prevalent in the workplace. But there are ways to reduce, overcome, and prevent this bias. Unconscious bias can occur when an employee makes quick judgments of people or situations. These are known as moments of rapid processing. An employee can reduce the likelihood of unconscious bias by following the tips in our infographic.
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