Music company bans applicants from naming their school on CVs
A Manchester-based digital record label has taken the unusual step of banning job applicants from saying where they went to school on their CVs.
The aim behind the unusual step is to help remove any unconscious bias from the recruitment process and encourage people from more diverse backgrounds to consider a career in the music industry.
Ostereo is taking the novel approach to recruitment in a bid to increase social diversity in the music industry.
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