Facebook forks out £3m after job ad blocks BAME candidates

Facebook forks out £3m after job ad blocks BAME candidates

When crafting a job advert, it is important that recruiters focus on the skillsets and experience requirements of a candidate. And more importantly, when posting the job advert it is important to ensure that it is posted in places that will attract a diverse range of candidates.

However, reports have recently emerged that Facebook will pay £3.8million ($5million) to civil rights groups following accusations that social media behemoth of allowed job adverts to block ethnic minority groups – The Telegraph reports.

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