Google has launched Hire, an online application for job listings and application tracking which is targeted at small and medium businesses. Hire has been in beta mode since April this year and was being tested by companies like Medisas, Poynt, DramaFever, SingleHop, and CoreOS. The hiring product which was available on an invite-basis since inception is now open to all users. Hire integrates with G Suite—Google’s suite of productivity apps including Gmail, docs, calendar, among others. The software makes it easier for businesses to find new talent, schedule interviews, build a database of resumes, and sync data across other G Suite apps. Note that Google also has an aggregated online job board named "Google for Jobs" which was unveiled for US users in June. It aggregates job listings from other platforms with reviews of employers. With Google for Jobs, the company was targeting job seekers, while Hire is a collaborative platform for both employers (job providers) and job seekers. Features: Integration with Gmail and Google Calendar: Businesses can easily communicate with potential candidates via Gmail or Hire and get those email synced parallelly in both services. The Google calendar integration allows businesses to schedule or keep track of upcoming interviews in Calendar view. Each candidate entry in Google Calendar will include contact info, the full interview schedule and what questions each interviewer should focus on Move data from Hire to other platforms: Companies can use Hire to build a searchable database of old and new employees as well as potential employees…
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