Hoping to tackle CV prejudice, major employers have agreed to hide candidate names on their application processes.
UK employers are more likely to offer interviews to candidates with ‘white-sounding names’, according to The Financial Times (FT). Government research in 2009 found those with non-white names were less probable to be selected, despite their applications being identical.
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