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5 Cultural Fit Questions to Ask in an Interview

Studies show that happy employees are more likely to perform better. Seems logical, right? That enjoyment is often a result of a company’s culture, which determines company turnover rates, employee engagement and even profitability. When you’re hiring new employees, cultural fit is an important factor in not only extending a job offer but accepting one. The…Read More


Hiring for Tomorrow, Not Just for Today

Filling jobs is no easy task, and when you find yourself under tight deadlines and in specialized situations, it’s easy to resort to “quick and easy” hiring tactics in order to ensure the position is filled. Although they may not be the perfect hire, they probably met the qualifications and were able to do the job. Is…Read More


6 Ways to Spot a Lying Candidate

The sad fact is people lie. Unfortunately, a whopping 58% of people are caught lying on their resumes, and those are just the ones who get caught. Most commonly, people embellish their skill set, previous job responsibilities and dates of employment. While sometimes it’s impossible to catch these fibs, some recruiters and seasoned hiring managers may be…Read More


Introducing GreenJobInterview’s New Client Groups & Teams Feature

We recognize that many large organizations are separated into multiple teams, groups, brands or divisions and therefore need to organize their recruiting and interviewing information appropriately. To help our clients better manage multiple groups, GreenJobInterview recently released a new Client Groups & Teams feature that makes it easier to split teams, brands and divisions into separate groups on…Read More


The Hidden Cost of Hire

According to a study by the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment at U.C. Berkeley, the cost of hiring an average hourly service worker is approximately $2,000. Do you know your true cost of hire? Do you really know, or do you just have an estimate? It may vary from position to position and…Read More


3 Tips for Getting Started with Recruiting Analytics

There’s no doubt about it – analytics are important to recruiting. They’re important to just about every job in order to accurately measure performance and determine what changes need to be made. If you’re new to analytics, there are a few tips to help you get started with recruiting analytics that are very simple and…Read More


How Millennials Live and Work (and Why it Matters)

To seasoned executives and professionals, many younger millennials that are fresh out of college are simply the bottom of the food chain. They’re interesting and confusing, and some organizations are still learning to recruit them, market to them, sell to them and learn from them, but many other organizations have already captured millennials’ hearts, including Google,…Read More


Is the Traditional Resume Dead?

As little as five years ago, all you needed to apply for a job was your resume and a well-written cover letter. You’d upload them to an online application, answer a few questions and send it out, waiting patiently for a phone call or email. Now, just five short years later, many companies don’t judge applications…Read More


What if you Could Screen Candidates in 30 Seconds with Video Interviews?

Would you believe me when I say that 30 seconds is all it takes to screen a candidate? Many professionals today are understaffed and overworked, so time-saving activities are a huge help to day-to-day productivity. For talent acquisition departments, phone screens and live interviews can take a lot of time. While that interaction is extremely important to recruiting,…Read More


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5 Cultural Fit Questions to Ask in an Interview
Hiring for Tomorrow, Not Just for Today
6 Ways to Spot a Lying Candidate
Introducing GreenJobInterview’s New Client Groups & Teams Feature
The Hidden Cost of Hire
3 Tips for Getting Started with Recruiting Analytics
How Millennials Live and Work (and Why it Matters)
Is the Traditional Resume Dead?
What if you Could Screen Candidates in 30 Seconds with Video Interviews?