It’s never nice to see a good thing go. Especially when it has the potential to impact your hiring plans. With Google Hire announcing its shutdown by 2020, some teams will be left without the recruitment support they need.
The good news? It won’t happen immediately. But that doesn’t mean action isn’t needed.
While teams are shopping around- and there’s quite the marketplace when it comes to applicant tracking systems- Recruitee should make it to the top of the list.
Why? Well, there are a couple of reasons…
Implementation and import assistance
We want to make sure that your team is set up for hiring success. That’s why we’re happy to lay the foundations with import assistance to make sure your transition is as seamless as possible. We’ll make sure that your data is transferred safely and compliantly so that you can resume hiring again right away.
Job posting advice
Once you’re set up and ready to start hiring, we’ll help you get the most out of the countless job boards you can post your vacancies on through Recruitee. Whether you’re aiming to cast your net far and wide or looking to target your search on skill or location, we’ll help you identify the right job boards for your needs. That way, you can start finding the right candidates, faster than ever.
Google app integrations
Just because your tool changes, doesn’t mean your workflow has to as well. Recruitee is already integrated with some of the major Google apps like Gmail and GoogleCal. This means that your team should experience minimal disruption when it comes to recruiting as usual.
Features are an important aspect of any tool you use, which is why we’ve listed out all of the features here that you can expect from Recruitee.
Just because GoogleHire is ceasing service, doesn’t mean your hiring should come to a standstill. Recruitee is here to make your transition simple and seamless.
For more information for GoogleHire customers, get in touch with our product specialists, who will help you with the next steps.
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