This is often due to hiring bias. Lauren Rivera, an assistant professor of management and organisations at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, US, studied hiring processes at 120 major employers, a third of which were banks. Her findings showed personal bias greatly impacted hiring decisions, meaning those within the top positions holding hiring power – often white men – generally filled higher ranks with people who shared their own traits.
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