Hire is Google’s new product for organizing the process of hiring talent and new professionals for small and medium businesses. The idea of the tool is to serve as an alternative to LinkedIn, with the advantage of offering great integration with the Gigante das Buscas application suite. The service allows information about candidates to be easily accessed and viewed, making it easier for HR professionals to select candidates.
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Google Hire allows you to aggregate data and material about candidates spread across Gmail, Docs, Calendar and etc. on a single platform – Photo: Disclosure / Google
Integrated with other Google products, such as Gmail, Calendar and Spreadsheets, Hire is aimed at companies as a platform for managing the selection process – especially for companies that do not have the budget to hire more specific services of the same genre. The novelty, which spent a year in the testing phase, has its activities limited to the United States at the moment.
Deeply integrated with G Suite, Google Hire depends on subscription to be used. With the service, a company can keep track of an interview schedule, have access to the candidate’s contact information, as well as the exchange history of emails and resumes – all from information that is already on Calendar, on Hangouts, in Gmail and etc.
With the arrival of Hire, Google completes its alternative to LinkedIn, which already had Google Jobs. In May, Google Jobs went live in the United States as a type of filter for job seekers to find opportunities via search.
Via Google Hire, The Verge