As a major technological player, Google obviously is a big draw when it comes to employment. Add onto that the fact that they’re consistently named one of the best places to work in the country, and you can see why they get around one million resumes a year.
Even more impressive? They’ve developed a system that lets them review every resume that comes in and thoroughly interview candidates to make sure they’re getting the best of the best. But just what does it take? What’s the Google process for going from applicant to new hire?
Infographic by Jobvine Recruitment Network
It’s an interesting (and VERY involved) method of hiring for sure, obviously meant to focus less on your skill set and past experience and more on how you think and solve problems. Which makes sense, really. Sometimes what you need to fill a position isn’t someone who’s been doing that kind of job forever and is set in their ways; sometimes you need someone who can innovate and bring fresh ideas into the office.
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