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A 20-year veteran of the recruiting industry, Greg Rokos provides strategic direction for GreenJobInterview® and is responsible for marketing its video interviewing solutions through client meetings, conferences, speaking engagements and key channel partnerships.

What is the First Thing that Comes to Mind when you Hear the Word Diversity?

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If your first thought when you hear the word “diversity” is a defensive one associated with hiring organizations protecting themselves against litigation, you are thinking about it in the wrong way. While I can’t stress enough that your hiring process should never discriminate based on national origin, race, age, gender or sexual preference, the data…
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This is Not my Jerry Maguire “Memo,” However…

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Recently, I woke up one morning with the overwhelming desire to once again shout out from the rooftop (well at least to LinkedIn & Twitter) to let the world know what we do, what we believe in, and that our business model is designed so we here to support our clients for the haul! I am…
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Does Saving Time and Money Still Matter for Talent Acquisition?

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When we launched GreenJobInterview back in October 2008 (lovely time to launch an interview platform, by the way). the questions we asked prospective clients were all centered around saving them time and money. Questions like, “How much did you spend last year on reimbursed candidate travel expenses?” and “How many candidates do you interview before making a…
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Digital Maturity Attracts More Talent

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In the last few years, we’ve seen more transformation driven by HR and talent acquisition than the previous 50 years. HR is on the forefront of introducing cutting edge technology and organizational change. New studies are coming out that prove talent is flocking to companies which embrace technology. In the joint study between MIT’s Sloan…
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It’s All in the Branding… Employer Branding

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If you’re wondering why you’re not getting more applicants to your job posting, it’s probably your employer branding. If you’re wondering what kinds of things candidates look for in the companies they apply to, it’s probably employer branding. If you’re wondering how the best companies adapt their business to changing market trends, it’s probably employer…
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The One Step You’ve Never Taken After Conducting a Job Interview

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Between sourcing job seekers, tracking applicants, and interviewing candidates, the recruiting process can often be a tough task. Because of the number of steps involved in the process, recruiters are bound to drop a few balls here and there. However, one ball they consistently seem to drop is one of the most crucial steps in hiring:…
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3 Steps to Take Before Setting Up Your Next Video Interview

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Admit it. As a professional recruiter, you’ve gone into a few interviews with candidates with a “wing-it” attitude (i.e. no particular structure). While you may be pressed for time with little opportunity to prepare, it’s the same as not meeting with the candidate at all. That’s right… and science agrees. However, there are a few measures…
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Unique Ways to Improve Your Employer Brand

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It can be hard to set yourself apart from the crowd when it comes to employer branding. Employer branding is the most important factor candidates consider when looking for work, with 56% of professionals ranking employer brand as the top factor they consider. With as important as employer branding is, finding the right way to…
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What is the First Thing that Comes to Mind when you Hear the Word Diversity?
This is Not my Jerry Maguire “Memo,” However…
Does Saving Time and Money Still Matter for Talent Acquisition?
Digital Maturity Attracts More Talent
It’s All in the Branding… Employer Branding
How to Effectively Communicate the Interview Process to Candidates
The One Step You’ve Never Taken After Conducting a Job Interview
3 Steps to Take Before Setting Up Your Next Video Interview
Unique Ways to Improve Your Employer Brand