Google做ATS服务了。。刚宣布推出了一个与G Suite集成的新招聘应用程序,直白点讲就是GOOGLE做ATS服务了

2017年07月19日 12191次浏览

还记得5月份Google 发布了 的招聘求职服务吗?不记得可以点击这里/16934.html

现在更进一步了,GOOGLE发布了G Suite的招聘应用套件,把服务更进一步的推进了!将近300万的企业用户可以直接使用google招聘管理服务了。简单讲就是推出ATS 服务了·~~


小编看了下这个是一个标准的利用gmail 、google?Calendar? ,google sheets来组成的一个简易的服务。





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