I've been hiring and training sales forces my whole career. I'm really looking forward to using this video resume tool to find the best people in the country.
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (PRWEB) August 6, 2008
Greg Rokos, president of FutureResume.com, stated, "After 17 years in executive search, I know how a couple minutes with a candidate gives a hiring manager a good idea if they want to interview that job seeker further. And it's an experience that they just can't get from a paper resume. That's why we've made the 'future of the resume' a central part of our job board. Job seekers put their best foot forward in their video introductions and my team and I will quickly determine who will take the next step in a videoconference interview. We're looking for people all over the country, and with our technology, we may not even have to see them in person before making a decision. Employers are quickly learning that this approach can help them hire the best candidates and save them a lot of time and money in the process. We're putting our money where our mouth is."
FutureResume.com went live for job seekers in July and candidates are now posting their resumes and video resume introductions on the site. Instructions for how to prepare and post a video introduction are available on the site. Seekers who would like to have a professional video made can do so at the FutureResume.com offices in Newport Beach, Calif. for only $99.95.
Until September 1, 2008, only FutureResume.com corporate partners, some of the nation's leading companies, will post jobs on the site. After that date, the job board will be available to all companies wishing to post openings at a cost of only $299.00 per month. Companies will also be showcased in short video profiles that allow them to communicate their unique corporate culture to job seekers.
Theo Rokos, co-founder and board member of FutureResume.com said, "I've been hiring and training sales forces my whole career. I'm really looking forward to using this video resume tool to find the best people in the country."
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 videoconferencing — 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 resume introductions that they post with their resumes on the job board site, thus going the extra mile to showcase themselves and demonstrate their 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 videoconference. No matter how many places job seekers 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, CA, 92660. More information can be found on FutureResume.com or by calling (949) 553-8331.
FutureResume.com, the unique new job board that utilizes video resume, the Internet and videoconferencing, today announced that it's using its own technology to hire a national sales team and other select positions.
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