Federal Government To Hide Job Applicants Names To Better Incusivity
A new project will hide names when applicants apply to jobs with the federal government. The Public Service Commission of Canada will be experimenting in six federal departments by hiding the names of applicants in a goal to strengthen diversity and inclusion in the public service. They’re expecting results of the social hiring experiment in October.
Federal government to test name-blind hiring for public service https://t.co/FbnXEnnkQp
— The Globe and Mail (@globeandmail) April 20, 2017
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