Blind hiring

It is a recruitment practice that removes identifying information from job applications and resumes to eliminate bias and increase diversity in the hiring process. This can include removing information such as the candidate's name, gender, age, race, and educational background. The goal of blind hiring is to focus solely on a candidate's qualifications and skills rather than their characteristics or background. By removing this information, employers hope to reduce unconscious biases that may influence hiring decisions and create a more diverse and inclusive workforce. Blind hiring can be done manually by redacting identifying information from resumes or using technology such as blind hiring software.

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