Google's job network is integrated into the Hyrell ATS to expand the visibility of your jobs so your organization can reach the most job seekers possible. Using Google Jobs can increase applicant traffic by ensuring that your jobs can be found in the places where job seekers commonly search.
By default, Google Jobs is activated in your online hiring center. To disable or reactivate this feature, click Applicant Sources from the side navigation menu. Select Google from the Source column and adjust the activation switch as needed. A green notification message will appear on the screen to confirm that the setting was successfully saved.
When activated, posted jobs will flow automatically to Google Jobs using Google's preferred data structure. In addition, changes such as editing, pausing, or closing a job will be reflected. The updates will not be instant so please allow additional time for the changes to be reflected on Google. If an applicant tries to apply to a job that has been recently paused or closed, they will receive immediate notification that the job is no longer available and will be provided with a link to your Hyrell Career Site.
Google isn't a traditional job board but acts as a pass-through or facilitator between a job seeker searching on Google and the resulting job postings. Jobs found on Google will offer job seekers one or more ways to apply for each position based on data from the original settings and the source of the job posting.
For example, searching "retail jobs near me" will display multiple local job options in the Google search. Each job will be presented as a "card." Selecting a job will provide the job's details including the various options to apply such as directly on the Career Site, Glassdoor, etc.
Note: Since Google is presenting information to job seekers from various locations, the applicant source in your hiring system will not be cited as Google, but as the original source of the job, such as Career Site, Glassdoor, etc.
Google Job Data
The following data points will be included in a Google Jobs post from your hiring system:
- Date Posted
- Job Description
- Company Name
- Company Logo (if applicable)
- Job Location
- Job Title
- Employment Type
- Job ID
- Job Location Type (remote settings will be mapped to Google, so any fully remote jobs will be indicated as such on Google)
Note: The one variable that cannot be sent to Google Jobs is the Compensation/Salary field.