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Guide: Raise awareness about unconscious bias

One of the first steps towards unbiasing is education. External research shows that awareness of unconscious bias can lead to reversals in biased outcomes, and understanding of the unconscious bia...
Unbiasing

Guide: Structure and check for pay equity

Designing and auditing fair pay practices are steps organizations everywhere can take to create more equitable workplaces. The gender pay gap is a well-documented, well-researched, and persistent ...
People Analytics

Guide: Hold everyone accountable

Combatting unconscious bias isn’t about blame. It’s about accountability. Googlers are helping each other create a safe and respectful culture where everyone feels empowered and responsible to cal...
Unbiasing

Blog Post: Should you hire for cultural fit or adaptability?

Recent years have seen a proliferation of assessment tools designed to identify, screen, and select employees who match an organization’s culture. But people vary not only in their initial levels o...

Blog Post: McKinsey’s global view of workplace gender equality

James Manyika, director of the McKinsey Global Institute, spoke at Google's re:Work 2016 event about how he and his team have been using research to understand the issues of pay equality and gende...

Blog Post: New research explores tackling unconscious bias in the classroom

Much of the current research on the representation of women and racial and ethnic minorities in the fields of computer science and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) focuses on the s...
Unbiasing

Blog Post: Reduce the influence of unconscious bias with these re:Work tools

Unconscious Bias @ Work workshop [presentation + facilitator guide] - Start the conversation at your organization by giving your employees a common language to discuss unconscious biases. These ma...
Unbiasing

Blog Post: How the “what’s your current salary?” question hurts the gender pay gap

This op-ed was originally published in The Washington Post. Study after study demonstrates that women are paid less than men in the United States. Equal Pay Day, three weeks ago, marked the number ...
People Analytics

Blog Post: Anne-Marie Slaughter and Laszlo Bock on care, leave, and valuing work and life

At the re:Work 2016 event, Slaughter, President and CEO of New America and author of Unfinished Business, spoke of shifting the balance around how we value working for a paycheck versus working fo...

Blog Post: Change culture, not curriculum, to get more women into computer science

In 2014, the incoming computer science (CS) class at CMU comprised 40% women at a time when the national rate for female CS graduates was around 14%. We set out on a ten-year long research endeavor...
Unbiasing

Blog Post: How Mr. Mom became a stay at home dad

That was nearly 20 years ago. We likely would have been as surprised today. And we wouldn’t have been alone in our American reaction, as we are one of a handful of countries without mandatory paid ...

Blog Post: Understanding others' mind-body values

At the re:Work 2014 event, Looser shared her research on how people perceive the relative value of mind versus body for themselves and others. Her research revealed that people typically value the...
Unbiasing

Blog Post: Navigating stereotype threat and identity management in the workplace

There is a lot of advice out there regarding unbiasing and what you can do to be conscious of your own unconscious biases. But what you may not be thinking about is how those who are the targets of...
Unbiasing

Blog Post: How employees and managers can combat unconscious bias

Why is reducing the influence of unconscious bias, or "unbiasing” as it's called at Google, so difficult? For starters, you're dealing with the unconscious and there’s a lot going on behind the sce...
Unbiasing

Guide: Gather data and measure decisions

Measurement is key for successful unbiasing. Without understanding and tracking your undertakings, it's hard to know where to focus or how your efforts are faring. Here are three measurement categ...
Unbiasing

Guide: Evaluate subtle messages

There are many subtle ways humans signal and cue one another. In some cases unconscious biases can influence the signals sent, sometimes in the form of negative cues that researchers call “micro-i...
Unbiasing

Guide: Use structure and criteria

Education is step one. Changing behavior and unbiasing decisions is a very difficult step two. Google is approaching this challenge in a few different ways, one of which relies on structure. Use a...
Unbiasing

Blog Post: Why the best people don’t mean the best teams

At the 2016 re:Work event, Scott Page, a professor of complex systems, political science, and economics at the University of Michigan, explored how our shifts from an “additive” economy to a “non-...
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