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The Value of Interns in the Workplace Today

Internships have a long history in the workplace, and many industries both rely heavily on intern workers and look specifically for internship experience. In some fields, internships can make or break an entry-level worker’s ability to get a job. College students, new graduates and individuals seeking to change careers still work hard to find internships that…Read More


Make Better Decisions with Video Interviews

Hiring choices are big decisions that could cost the organization a lot of money if a new hire is not the right fit. An employee who does not fit the company culture, does not work well with other employees or does not have the skills or attitude required for the job could become a drain on…Read More


5 Reasons to Look Beyond the Resume

For the most part, we are all taught throughout college or our early careers how important a resume is to helping us land our desired job, but a resume isn’t what it used to be. Many experts agree that resumes are not as important as they once were due to the expansion of online presence…Read More


How to Decrease Employee Turnover with Video

When it comes to employee turnover, every organization will be different, and every department will also be different. For example, if you have a workforce made up of largely entry-level employees, it’s likely that your turnover rate will be higher because younger employees (millennials, specifically) generally only stay at their jobs for a couple years,…Read More


3 Ways to Prepare for Campus Recruiting Right Now

With October winding down quickly and many college students in the midst of midterms, recruiters are preparing for campus recruiting. According to a study by Collegefeed, about 84% of companies understand the importance of college recruiting, but 92% of those studied agreed they had a “brand problem” and therefore had a difficult time recruiting high…Read More


Why Video is the Most Efficient Screening Method in Talent Acquisition

Applicant screening can be a long, daunting process for many talent acquisition professionals, especially when it involves scheduling phone calls with every eligible applicant. In an effort to save time during the screening process, many organizations, including GreenJobInterview clients, have switched to video screening using recorded video interview software. While most organizations continue to use…Read More


6 Ways to Turn an Interview into a Conversation

As any job seeker knows, interviews can feel very intimidating. No matter how well they’ve prepared, they never know what interview style to expect, and if the interviewer makes the meeting feel like an interrogation, they may leave feeling inadequate or even have a negative view of the company. As a recruiter or a hiring manager, interviewing is an…Read More


3 Ways to Screen Future-Proof Candidates

A big trend in talent acquisition is sourcing “future-proof” candidates who can stand the test of time, bringing skills and an attitude that adapts to changing times and business needs. Because technology develops so rapidly and many jobs are changing constantly, it’s important to not only understand how to identify future-proof candidates but how to…Read More


4 Tips to Help Avoid Desperation Hiring

The cost of a bad hire is extremely damaging, not just financially but also to the company’s productivity, engagement, morale, turnover and more. From time to time, talent acquisition teams may find themselves in a tight spot and need to hire so quickly that they turn to desperation hiring, offering the job to a less-than-desirable…Read More


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The Value of Interns in the Workplace Today
Make Better Decisions with Video Interviews
5 Reasons to Look Beyond the Resume
How to Decrease Employee Turnover with Video
3 Ways to Prepare for Campus Recruiting Right Now
Why Video is the Most Efficient Screening Method in Talent Acquisition
6 Ways to Turn an Interview into a Conversation
3 Ways to Screen Future-Proof Candidates
4 Tips to Help Avoid Desperation Hiring