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Encouraging Diversity Through Fairness in Assessment

November 16, 2018 Aon's Assessment Solutions

Diversity within a workforce can bring innovation and competitive advantage. Appreciating and recognizing differences can deliver business benefit. And yet, how does an organization ensure it is building and drawing from a wider talent pool, being fair to applicants and offering equal opportunities for employment when trying to recruit a diverse workforce or bring together diverse teams?

A good selection process starts with assessing those qualities of candidates that are related directly to job performance — and excluding the criteria that are not related to the job from any decision making. This creates a fair assessment process for all applicants in selection decisions.

This white paper, written by Dr. Katharina Lochner and Dr. Achim Preuss, outlines how fair testing can be beneficial for organizational effectiveness by promoting diversity.

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