Google job listings app Hire now available in the US

Audrey Hill
July 19, 2017

Google says Hire is meant to help businesses do away with manually tracking candidates.

Following an extensive period of testing, Google's recruitment tool Hire is now ready for primetime and it sports seamless integration with the G Suite, Alphabet's subsidiary said on Monday.

Hire is the latest product offering from Google to address the talent marketplace.

News of the service emerged earlier this year when the Google Hire website launched with a public sign-in page. Messages written to candidates are synced between Gmail and Hire, so recruiting team members can reach out from either platform while tracking communication with candidates from their own inbox.

Track candidate pipeline in Hire, and then analyze and visualize the data in Sheets.

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With a large presence in the recruiting industry, Cloudbakers is beyond excited to extend yet another strategy for increased productivity to their current customers.

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

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. Hire, by contrast, is created to address the needs of G Suite customers.

"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".

For more information on Google Hire, how to purchase, and best practices on integrating the tool into your cloud strategy, contact Cloudbakers.

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