Rather go blind: New platform aims to reduce bias

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Different technologies combine to help recruiters find better talent.

Anonymised or blind recruitment is not new but is still far from the norm. A number of major organisations have conducted anonymised trials and run campaigns but given its potential to eradicate unconscious and conscious bias from the recruitment process, it has not gathered the momentum one might think. The recently launched GoFindMe website seeks to change this, though...

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