A growing number of companies are experimenting with blind hiring.
That’s why some companies practice blind hiring, testing candidates for jobs without knowing anything about them.
NOEL KING, BYLINE: Aline Lerner is one of the people at the forefront of the blind hiring movement in Silicon Valley.
Some people worry there might be unintended consequences.
A lot of companies there say they want to hire more women, more people of color.
KING: She worries that if companies use blind hiring as a fix to eliminate bias, they might stop actively recruiting people like her.
She says blind hiring doesn’t mean you do the whole thing blind.