Google announces new recruiting app to help businesses fill roles

Yolanda Curtis
July 18, 2017

Google Hire is ready for business. As such, Hire will integrate with other G Suite apps such as Gmail and Google Calendar in order to fully manage the hiring process end-to-end.

According to a study by Bersin by Deloitte, it takes an average of 52 days to fill an open position and costs about $4,000 to interview, schedule and assess each candidate. Now, Hire-an app created to help small and medium businesses recruit more effectively-can help. The search giant launched Hire today (July 18), its new recruiting and job applicant management app. At the end of the day, that adds up.

Some of the earliest work that went into Google Hire took place at Bebop, a start-up founded by Alphabet board member and VMware co-founder Diane Greene, Google vice president Dmitri Krakovsky told CNBC in an interview. In May, we unveiled Google for Jobs, our initiative that's focused on helping both job seekers and employers, across our products and through deep collaboration with the job matching industry. Hire provides a single dedicated space to keep track of potential candidates, schedule intervals and monitor each individual's progression through the hiring procedure.

You can request a demo to use Google Hire from source link below and Google would help you in migrating all your old details and employer data to Google Hire.

This doesn't mean their efforts are over either, and Google is taking things a step further for their G Suite customers with a new application called Google Hire.

The app is now available for US-based businesses with fewer than 1,000 employees that use G Suite.

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