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Application: Former hiring manager explains which 4 criteria Google selects good employees

Saturday, March 10th, 2018 | bitcoin updates

Laszlo Bock, the CEO of Humu, has left Google 2016. His principles are still being implemented by Google and Alphabet. Neilson Barnard / Getty Images
More than two million applications from around the world go to Google every year. Only a few thousand of the candidates are hired.
An average of six weeks elapse before the job is approved, because each candidate is first examined by his potential boss, by his colleagues, and by an application committee.
"If you've wondered if that consumes a lot of Google's time, yes, it does," writes Laszlo Bock, Google's former deputy hiring manager, in his 2015 book, "Work Rules!". Bock left Google at the end of 2016, but his principles still apply to Google and the parent company Alphabet.
Ten hours a week for job applications
In the early days of Google, each manager spent nearly ten hours a week on applications. Top managers would have needed even a day per week, writes Bock. By 2013, the company had grown to 40,000 employees and reduced the weekly workload for applications to one and a half hours. Today, the company has more than 60,000 employees.
Also read: "An Engineer Received Cancellation from Google – and Issued the Questions He Had to Answer"

Through years of research and experimentation, Google has succeeded in turning talent attitudes into a science. "There are four principles that can improve the application process even for small teams," he writes.

We explained them to you in the picture gallery.

        
    

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