Google today released a new application to help small and medium businesses search and recruit employees more efficiently, Hire. The service is primarily for older users using G Suite, which includes utilities such as Gmail, calendar, Hangouts, SkyDrive, Docs, and so on. In fact, as early as April, foreign media have reported that Hire, a company named Bebop Diane Greene was founded start-ups (in 2015 at a price of $380 million was acquired by Google), just in the hire.withgoogle.com on this site to hang out the advertisement.
Hire's early clients included Warner Brothers, DramaFever, Medisas, Poynt, and so on, but until today we learned more about it.
Through the Hire, employers can manage recruitment notices, receive applications, view resumes, and interview candidates.
Hire is positioned as a model
For example, a company can send e-mail to a candidate via Gmail, or operate directly on Hire app, which will automatically synchronize on two services.
In addition, Hire allows direct access to the interviewer's Calendar schedule, schedules meetings, gets feedback from each interviewer, and visualize data analysis with the aid of Sheets spreadsheet applications.
Hire with G Suite video:Http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjkwMTM4MTM3Ng==.html