Published: Wed, July 19, 2017
Sci-tech | By Jackie Newman

Google introduces Hire, a new recruiting app that integrates with G Suite

Google introduces Hire, a new recruiting app that integrates with G Suite

It's no surprise that the cloud-based applicant tracking system integrates incredibly well with Google's G Suite product (formerly known as Google Apps) and is expected to change the way companies across the world recruit new employees. Finally, once an interview is completed, recruiters can utilize Sheets to track and analyze the candidate pipeline. The company cited a study by Bersin by Deloitte that found the average time required to fill a new position is 52 days. Now, Hire-an app created to help small and medium businesses recruit more effectively-can help. In a world where business thrives on high-quality customer experience, Google Hire helps manage candidates in a way that their experience is nothing short of superb. For instance, it enables businesses to communicate with candidates in Gmail or Hire while syncing emails in both.

"Hire's intuitive and simple UI makes it easy for recruiters, hiring managers or even interviewers to take an active part in the recruiting process", says Jessica Adams, vice president of Human Resources at Brad's Deals.

Google jumps into job recruitment market with new cloud software
Google launches Hire, a new service for helping businesses recruit

Google's new "Hire" app is created to help small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) with their internal hiring process. The app follows last month's debut of Google for Jobs, its artificial intelligence job search tool that shows job postings from sites such as LinkedIn, Monster and CareerBuilder. Hire addresses the needs of our G Suite customers-making it easier to hire the right people.

The bad news is that it's only available to G Suite customers in the USA for now, so small business owners elsewhere can't take advantage of what it can do.

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