Google Hire Reviews

Learn more about the Google Hire applicant tracking system. Includes reviews, pricing, and frequently asked questions.

Updated on March 12th, 2019

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Google Hire is an applicant tracking system developed by Google. The platform pairs with G Suite applications and helps small businesses to find talent, promote job opportunities, and manage the interview process efficiently.

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Google Hire Pricing:

Plan Name


1 - 25 G Suite Licenses

$100.00 /mo.

26 - 50 G Suite Licenses

$200.00 /mo.

51 - 75 G Suite Licenses

$300.00 /mo.

76 - 100 G Suite Licenses

$400.00 /mo.

Google Hire Reviews
Google Hire Review:

Pros: Easy to use, streamlined interface, integrates with G Suite apps.

Cons: Reporting/analytics needs improvement.

Bottomline: A simple, integrated ATS to manage the hiring process.

Google Hire News and Activity:


News or Activity

December 4, 2018

Google Hire's 'Candidate Discovery' Feature Exits Beta

June 19, 2018

Google Updates 'Hire' With AI, Schedules Interviews 84% Faster

Google Hire Key Information:




Mountain View, CA


Sundar Pichai

Number of Employees


Phone Number

1 (415) 361‑5087


‎1600 Amphitheatre Parkway; Mountain View, CA


Google Hire FAQs:

What is the price range of Google Hire?

Google Hire costs between $100.00 and $400.00 per month for 1 - 100 G Suite licenses.

How do I contact Google Hire customer service?

Google Hire has a customer support page where you can find answers to common questions. Go to

Where can I find my Google Hire login page?

Click "Sign in" in the top right corner of the homepage, or log in directly at

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Google Hire Reviews:



Derek Zeller -

Google Hire is sleek, online, and so smooth. I have to say that it is by far the best ATS I have ever seen. They listened to recruiters, and your mind is blown away by the simplicity but the power it yields. The ATS integrates with all the other suite of tools they offer such as calendar, notes, and of course Gmail and that is where it gets fascinating.

Heidi Gardner -

Google’s advantage in the job space is simple; data. Better data means better insights into candidates. As data is the lifeblood of a recruitment agency there's great potential for Google Hire to revolutionise the recruitment industry.

Amol Pawar -

Lat year Google introduced an ATS as part of its G-Suite offering named Hire. It is a classic Google app with extremely user-friendly design and configurations available to make the process work for you. If you use GSuite for your business applications then Hire would be a perfect addition for you to help design your hiring process for collaboration and easy access to data. The Google search capabilities are a definite plus in this offering and it’s nicely woven in the ATS solution. Personally, for me that’s the biggest draw.

Kristijan Lucic -

This application is not exactly for everyone, but if you do own a company, this could be a good solution for you, at least in the long term. You can power through interviewing candidates for specific jobs, and see all the necessary info in one place, before you meet them in person, if that’s what you’re aiming to do, as there are a ton of online-only companies out there these days, and some employers don’t even see their employees in real-life, ever.