A feeling of belonging: An inclusive culture is the foundation for addressing unintentional bias

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Unintentional or unconscious bias — stereotypes or beliefs that affect our actions in a discriminatory manner — is a frequent occurrence in the workplace. It often goes unrecognized by those responsible for hiring decisions and creating an inclusive environment for employees.

There are steps organizations can take to raise awareness about this issue and promote a more diverse work environment. Steve Marsh, president, TMF Executive Search, and founder, The Medicus Firm, and Pam Snyder, senior director, physician and advanced practitioner recruitment, Baystate Health, shared best practices for fostering diversity in organizations and in hiring practices during their session at MGMA19 | The Annual Conference in New Orleans.

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Christian Green
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