As an employer, now it’s time for you to do away with tracking your candidates manually. Yesterday, Google introduced a new service or rather an app, Hire. It is aimed to address the talent marketplace on behalf of recruiters and help them manage their internal recruiting procedures more effectively.
Hire is carefully designed to provide businesses with an integrated applicant tracking service. It is threaded in with G Suite and meant to help businesses communicate better with their prospective candidates and somewhat streamline the interview process. It is relevant mentioning here, a written statement attributed to Mr. Berit Johnson, Google product manager read, “Hire and G Suite are made to work well together so recruiting team members can focus on their top priorities instead of wasting time copy-pasting across tools.”
Back in May, Google came with Google for Jobs – an innovative initiative that mutually helps both employers and job hunters collaborate with one another. According to veteran HR bosses and industry experts, the Google initiative marks the beginning of a drastic change in the existing job interview and recruitment procedure across the industries. Hire is specifically designed for small and medium-scale businesses. The app is expected to cut down the recruitment cost of businesses to a considerable extent; thus, contributing to their positive cash flow.
The Google service makes adroit use of a broad spectrum of job seekers, which include LinkedIn, Facebook, WayUp, CareerBuilder, Glassdoor, Monster and DirectEmployers, apart from the conventional employer listings. Thus, recruiting the right people for the jobs is going to be easier for businesses with this Google app.