A name is such a critical part of an individual's DNA. Parents have waited nine months to see their child and give them a name that they believe will define their character and mirror who they are.
Yet, in the workplace, a name is controversial and can lead to subtle bias in the recruiting process. A name can be used as an identifier that discloses an individual's socioeconomic background leading Recruiters and Managers to make assumptions about a candidate's ability to perform and fit the culture.
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