By: Barbara Hart, Principal in G&E’s Civil Rights Practice
Hiring new employees amid the pandemic has proven challenging for some companies, but certain hurdles may make it even more difficult for some people seeking employment. A new survey suggests that up to 45% of managers admit to ageism (age bias) during the recruiting process. The age bias impacts both older generations (over 60) and younger (under 25), according to people surveyed.
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