Diversity and inclusion touch every part of federal service, starting with how people get into positions and continuing to how they’re trained for success.
Posts Tagged: Bias
Here are a few tips to help ensure your writing doesn’t come across as biased or offensive.
Numerous studies point to the same trend: that recruiters tend to hire the applicants with whom they have the most in common.
Algorithms are made up of someone’s opinion and experience. Therefore, we should ensure that the opinion and experience of people who will be impacted by the algorithm is captured in the design of the algorithm such that we can remove as much bias as humanly possible.
Everyone has negativity bias. It’s deep-rooted in our brains. Use these tips to heal and foster a better sense of optimism.
Five articles this month investigate what headline-grabbing cases of sexism mean for women in the workplace. They also ponder ways to correct the imbalance
Everyone messes up in the workplace every once in a while. Learn how your brain can be responsible for these mistakes.
How have some of these biases made your workplace less inclusive?
Government at all levels needs to recognize, address and manage the ways unconscious bias negatively influences the work culture.
We build workplaces in the image of ourselves. We tend to hire people for cultural fit. Most of time that translates into surrounding ourselves with folks who look like us, think like us, and act like us.