Box-ticking exercise | Wells Fargo accused of interviewing diverse candidates AFTER the roles were filled

Wells Fargo accused of interviewing diverse candidates AFTER the roles were filled

Wells Fargo has been accused of interviewing diverse candidates for positions that had already been filled, in a bid to boost their D&I statistics.

As reports the New York Times, former wealth management executive Joe Bruno alleges that the firm would frequently interview a candidate from an ethnic minority, to boost the company’s D&I data.

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