Google’s own version of LinkedIn or maybe Greenhouse? or Jobvite? is almost here.
The tech company debuted a new sign-in page for Google Hire, an as-yet-unspecified service that’s part of the jobs/career space.
According to a report in Axios, the program will be a job applicant tracking system, most similar to Greenhouse and Lever. Employers will reportedly be able to use the service to post job listings and then accept and manage applications.
Google acquired Bebop, a startup focused on productivity and enterprise tools, in 2015. Google Hire is under the purview of Bebop and its founder Diane Greene, who now runs Google’s enterprise and cloud division.
The main screen of Google Hire is visible to anyone, but the rest is hidden from public view for the moment. Google declined to comment on the program to Mashable.
Get ready for job listings, on Google.