FutureResume.com Takes Next Step in "Video Hiring" with GreenJobInterview.com, the Online Videoconferencing Solution for Job Interviews : New Web-Based Videoconferencing Solution Will Contribute 2% of Gross Revenue to Environmental Organization, Miocean Foundation

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“Companies have been trying to get online videoconferencing to really work for people for quite a while now. We think this is both the technology and the application to make it happen,” said Greg Rokos, president of FutureResume.com. Rokos was announcing the addition of GreenJobInterview.com to the arsenal of video-based capabilities available to job seekers and hiring companies on the new online job board, FutureResume.com. GreenJobInterview.com is literally a “point-and-click” online videoconferencing solution with no software required, and no up-front costs, allowing anyone to access browser-based GreenJobInterview.com and conduct a videoconference. Only a webcam is required. GreenJobInterview.com will supply a webcam to client companies at no charge if needed and if their chosen candidate is without a webcam, it’s a simple request to GreenJobInterview.com that one be sent out.

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when it doesn't require hours or days of travel and all the personnel time associated with it. A GreenJobInterview takes moments to set up and costs as little as $49.95 for a half hour. It's a win/win for both job seekers and hiring companies — and for the environment, too.

GreenJobInterview.com appears as a button on the FutureResume.com site where job seekers post their resumes as well as one-minute video resume introductions that allow them to put their personality and professionalism on display and stand out from the crowd. When a hiring company is interested in a job seeker (whom they have seen in a one-minute video resume introduction on the site), they simply click the button to schedule a GreenJobInterview videoconference with the seeker at a convenient time. No traveling or significant expense is required.

"We believe companies will give more candidates the opportunity for an interview," stated Greg Rokos, "when it doesn't require hours or days of travel and all the personnel time associated with it. A GreenJobInterview takes moments to set up and costs as little as $49.95 for a half hour. It's a win/win for both job seekers and hiring companies — and for the environment, too."

According to Theo Rokos, co-founder and board member of FutureResume.com, "FutureResume.com is literally a new hiring process. Hiring managers get to see and interact with job seekers from day one in their video resume introductions and then in a GreenJobInterview. Seekers get to see the hiring company in its video profile on FutureResume.com. This process shortens the time to hire, improves the quality of hiring and significantly reduces costs and impact on the environment."

To demonstrate its commitment to a greener hiring process, GreenJobInterview.com will contribute two percent of its gross annual revenue to the environmental organization, Miocean Foundation. Committed to developing, supporting and implementing programs that will reduce urban runoff and preserve the integrity of California beaches and coastal water, Miocean is a cause the Rokos brothers cite as "critical to us." Natives of Corona del Mar, California, the brothers have spent their lives on and near the California beaches. FutureResume.com is headquartered in Newport Beach, CA. "Preserving the ocean is important to us, both in conduct of our businesses and in support of Miocean," stated Greg Rokos.

For more information on GreenJobInterview.com and FutureResume.com, call 888-838-8331 and go to FutureResume.com.

About FutureResume.com

FutureResume.com was founded in June 2008 by two brothers from Southern Calif., Greg and Theo Rokos, with years of experience in executive search and sales management. Their concept was to bring together ideas that had been around the edges of the hiring experience for awhile — specifically video resume and video conferencing — and make them central to a new job board to enable the best companies to find the best people. Job seekers make one- to two-minute video introductions that they post with their resumes on the job board site, thus going the extra mile to showcase themselves and demonstrate commitment. In addition, companies can produce a two-minute video showcasing the benefits of their workplace to improve their recruiting efforts. Hiring managers save time and money finding the right candidates for the job by reviewing the video resume introductions. Then they can push a button to schedule a video conference. No matter how many places a job seeker may be searching for a job, FutureResume.com is the one place where they can stand out from the crowd.

FutureResume.com is located at 20311 SW Acacia Street, Suite 240, Newport Beach, Calif., 92660. More information can be found on FutureResume.com or by calling (949) 553-8331.

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