Google is looking to make it easier for employees to find and retain new talent by making it easier to display their résumés, according to a new blog post by Google.
The move comes as more and more companies are looking to improve the retention of their employees, with the average time between hiring a new employee and finding them on the job market often ranging from a few months to a year.
“Google has been working on this for a while and it’s finally ready to go public,” said Google VP of Human Resources, Jürgen Krämer.
“Google’s new Talent Search page will help our employees find their first and best candidate for an important position, with a single click.
We’re thrilled to share this new feature with all our employees.”
To start, Google is offering two new features that will make it a lot easier to get your job search and hire your next employee easier.
First, Google will make sure that when a new candidate shows up in the Talent Search interface, it is listed first in the top right of the screen, just like any other job search.
It’s also now easier to find your job by name.
Next, the company will give employees a visual reminder that they should also check out the new Talent Retention graphic to see how they are doing on the career ladder, according the blog post.
It’s a move that will also improve the search experience for employees and their managers.
Google previously had to create a separate page for the job search, and now, it will be easy for you to search for your job on Google, as well.
“This is great news for anyone who is looking for an easier way to get started on a career,” said Kevin Smith, VP of Product at Google.
“The more your colleagues search for the same position, the better off they will be for the long-term.”
In addition to the new feature, the new Google Talent Search will also give you more information about the people you are interviewing, as it will provide more relevant information about them and what they’re capable of.
“It will make a huge difference for people who want to recruit for their first or next job,” Smith said.