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Bias in the Workplace.

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If someone were to ask you to imagine what a software engineer looks like, what would you picture? How about a doctor? Or a bus driver? 

You likely imagined people of a specific gender, ethnicity, or even some personality traits. This is known as unconscious bias, and you're not alone. 

Workplace bias, either conscious or unconscious, can affect the business's bottom line. Research reveals that companies with high ethnic and gender diversity were, respectively, 33% and 21% more likely to experience above-average profitability than less diverse companies. 

But if the bias is unconsciously done, then how can it be avoided? Tech could be the answer. 

Find out more with our blog: "Bias in the Workplace: How Can AI Help To Prevent It?"

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