The Halo and Horn Effect is a type of bias formed when an employee is either highly-competent or incompetent in one area. A supervisor then takes this observation and rates the employee as being highly competent or less competent in all areas. 

It’s common to see the Halo and Horn Effect in hiring. Often the first impression of an employee overshadows their positive or negative attributes.

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