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Google is working on a tool for managing job applicants : Google hire

Google is quietly testing “Google Hire,” a job applicant tracking system that appears to rival services like Greenhouse and Lever, Axios has learned.

The service lets employers post job listings, then accept and manage applications, according to job listing links spotted by Axios reader Colin Heilbut. So far, several tech companies seem to be using (or testing) Google Hire, including Medisas, Poynt, DramaFever, SingleHop, and CoreOS.

A Google representative was not immediately available for comment.

Enterprise push: Google Hire seems to be the latest project under Google’s enterprise and cloud division, led by Diane Greene. An email address inside the product that references “Bebop,” the name of Greene’s startup that Google acquired in 2015.

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