When ‘Blind’ Hiring Is Actually ‘Vision Impaired’ Hiring

Equitable hiring goes beyond the initial job screening

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“What do you expect to accomplish?”

Hands down, this is usually the question I ask clients when we talk about some plan, procedure, or process they intend to activate. One such recent conversation was under the theme of equitable hiring.

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