Google brings a new service to assist businesses recruit

Google is going to launch a new service soon; it’s a new service that helps businesses to handle their internal hiring procedure efficiently and effectively. “Hire” is incorporated with G Suite which offers businesses and trouble-free candidate tracking service which makes it easier for companies to be in touch with their candidates and track their progress all the way through the interview process.

Earlier this year, Google initiated its Google for Jobs program and its job search option on Google Search to facilitate users and job seekers to find the right job for right people. At this time with Hire, they are here to help businesses deal with their candidates.

Google claimed Hire is meant to assist companies and businesses to get rid of the traditional practice of manually tracking candidates. “G Suite and Hire are made to work fit together so recruiting team members can pay attention to their top priorities and save energy instead of wasting time copy-pasting across tools,” Berit Johnson, Google product manager wrote in the statement.

Hire will be a real fascinating service to come out from Google, it’s also attractive to see that Google is using the G suite tools and it’s other back-end services that it has built-up over the last few years to resolve certain problems in particular verticals. We are looking forward to seeing what further projects Google will have in the channel now that it has the groundwork in place.

What is G Suite?

G Suite was launched in 2006 and it is a set of clouding computing, efficiency and collaboration tools, software and product developed by Google. You got all your apps, including Gmail, Docs, Drive and Calendar all you need is to connect all the people in your company, wherever they are in the world. Hire will also be a component of the G Suite, which will formulate the hiring method easier and well-organized for companies and businesses.

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