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Goldman Scraps On-Campus Interviews for Robo-Recruiting

  • Bank seeks to become ‘school agnostic’ for job applicants
  • Firm will stop campus interviews for all but MBA candidates
Goldman Sachs headquarters in New York.

Goldman Sachs headquarters in New York.

Photographer: Ron Antonelli/Bloomberg
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Goldman Sachs Group Inc., seeking to curb bias in its selection of junior employees, plans to discontinue on-campus interviews for undergraduates.

The move is a part of an overhaul at the New York-based bank that will standardize the recruiting process and seek to eliminate the likelihood that an interviewer chooses a candidate based on traits they share, such as college athletics or extracurricular activities, executives of the firm said Thursday.