We’ve talked about the failed services of search engine giant Google. Many products from Google Offerings to Google X, from Google Buzz to Google Glass were eagerly released, but were forced to be buried in the dusty pages of history because they did not have the necessary effect. Google has now announced that the recruitment service Google Hirewill be history.
Google, which Google launched two years ago, allows you to register processes such as calling applicants, scheduling interviews, and providing feedback on potential recruitment to Google’s G Suite to simplify the recruitment process He’s closing Hire in 2020. Google Hire, developed to rival services such as Greenhouse, Indeed, Jobvite, LinkedIn, Lever and Oracle’s Taleo, was also developed by Google’s Bebop team, which it acquired in 2015 for $380 million. Let’s remind you.
Built mainly on small businesses, Google Hire costs between $200 and $400 a month, depending on how many G Suite licenses you need.
Let’s remind you that Google Hire won’t close until September 1, 2020. However, no new features will be added to the platform any more. Providing such a closing date will also allow existing Google Hire users to get their work done.
Google said they disclosed the necessary information in the support section, saying they would not charge customers any additional fees for Google Hire after the next billing cycle.