|Date Posted||Company/Organization||Position (click for details)||Job Location|
|2019-11-21||York University||Manager Building Operations||Toronto, Ontario|
|2019-11-21||The County of Simcoe||Supervisor, Maintenance & Facilities||Midhurst|
|2019-11-12||The County of Simcoe||Building Superintendent||Midland|
|2019-10-29||Mainstay Housing||Maintenance Worker||Toronto|
|2019-10-18||The County of Simcoe||Housing Clerk||Midhurst|
IHM News - Summer 2019, Volume 73
(Article from the IHM News newsletter - Summer 2019, Volume 73)
Fixing Our Blind Spots
In an organizational context, implicit biases – a preference for or belief about a particular group of people – are the blind spots you don't know you have. And when bias plays its silent hand in decision-making, it can have a profound impact on nearly every aspect of business.
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