How does Google hire?

 

Google receives one million resumes a year and hires between 4,000 and 6,000 people 

There is a nine-part process to applications to Google.

The first step is a computer screen review where each resume is inspected to see if the candidate is the right fit.

This is followed by a phone screening where the candidates are contacted and explained how the process works.

Next is an on site interview with four to five people. The interviewers then rank the candidate and submit their feedback to the hiring committee, which consists of senior managers.

Next, the senior level management review every candidate and the compensation committee determines the appropriate total compensation for the offer.

This is followed by a final exec review where one of the top executives looks at the employment offers before the candidate receives the offer. The recruiter then makes the offer to the successful candidate.

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