1 February 2021Influential Women in IPRaph Mokades

Disrupting bias: why specific prejudices require a tailored intervention

In December 2020 the UK government declared that unconscious bias training was being scrapped for civil servants in England because, ministers said, it doesn’t work. At Rare Recruitment, we came to much the same conclusion about a decade ago.

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