Research shows that hiring via tool is damaging


Measures to ensure adequate and fair representation in the public sector are already counterproductive, so they act against the principle of merit, shows the fourth detailed report of the monitoring of adequate and fair representation in public sector institutions, conducted by the Center for Change Management (CUP).

“In addition, the Committee claims that the process is even more problematic because higher positions are associated with a high degree of partisanship, which, in turn, according to their sources, is related to the thesis that for employment in the administration, applicants should have “real” ethnic and political affiliation,” said the CUP.

The Committee’s recommendation is to avoid measures that aim to achieve rigid, mathematical equality in the representation of different groups, which often implies an unnecessary increase in jobs.

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