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How Jury Selection Illustrates a Fascinating Approach to Unbiased Recruiting

Posted by Sunil Bagai on Apr 7, 2016 11:00:30 AM

Watching a courtroom case unfold is an eye-opening event. What you may not realize is that jury selection illustrates a fascinating approach to unbiased recruiting. Recently I was called upon to serve as a juror on a criminal case. Of course, most people dread getting that notice in the mail. I found the experience fascinating. And one of the aspects that intrigued me most was the jury selection process, or “voir dire” as it’s called in legal circles. In fact, there are many elements involved in this vetting and interviewing model that we could incorporate into our own hiring methods. With a little creativity and modification, I believe voir dire presents us with some excellent strategies for developing an unbiased, enlightening and results-oriented approach to candidate interviews.

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