Gone are the days of face-to-face interrogations and costly travel to meet candidates. Today it’s all about video conferencing—an easy and environmentally friendly way to recruit new talent for your ...
Gone are the days of face-to-face interrogations and costly travel to meet candidates. Today it’s all about video conferencing—an easy and environmentally friendly way to recruit new talent for your organization.
In Sustainable Staffing, Theo and Greg Rokos, founders of GreenJobInterview, offer insight into live virtual interviewing, their system designed specifically for the interview process.
With live virtual interviewing you can:
• Reduce your company’s carbon footprint
• Save time and money on recruiting
• Increase your range by connecting with prospects you might never meet otherwise
Already in use by mega-companies like Walmart, Time-Warner, and Pepsi, this innovative, twenty-first-century tool holds the key to streamlining HR and staffing and keeping your company sustainable and competitive in today’s marketplace.
“GreenJobInterview.com started a chain reaction within our organization of looking at ways to make our recruiting process more sustainable.”
—Amy Rueda, UCLA
“The Rokos brothers have led the way in making live video an integral part of the everyday applicant interview process.”
—Kevin W. Grossman, chief marketplace evangelist, HRmarketer.com
About the Authors
Theo Rokos is the CEO and cofounder of GreenJobInterview. He has built national and international sales teams for Fortune 500 companies and holds an MBA from University of Phoenix. In 2011 Theo was named one of the top forty executives in Orange County under the age of forty by OC Metro.
Greg Rokos is the president and cofounder of GreenJobInterview. With eighteen years in the recruiting industry, he’s been featured on NBC and CBS and in Fast Company and HR Executive. He regularly presents at industry conferences and national talent acquisition meetings of Fortune 500 companies.
Lizz Pellet, VP US Group of Felix Global Corp and Fellow from Johns Hopkins University is the author of the SHRM publication: The Cultural Fit Factor, Creating an Employment Brand that Attracts, Retains and Repels the Right Employees. She has also written Getting Your Shift Together Making Sense of Organizational Culture and Change.