Do you give everyone the same chance?

What do you do for the people you like? Choose such a behavior and try it on a person you have neutral feelings for. This might be a colleague in another department, a customer, or a business partner. For example: lean forward when you are talking or asking how the person is feeling. 
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Do you give everyone the same chance?

In-group favoritism can have serious consequences for the organization’s reception from outsiders. Researcher Marc Bendik et al. has studied how recruiters handle candidates of equal merit. The candidates are trained to behave the same. But the people conducting the interviews speak longer with white applicants, and give them more positive opinions and job offers than applicants with African or Latin American origins. This does a disservice to the entire group. The same advantage applies for men over women and young over old.