Google launched a service to help small businesses hire employees - here's how it works

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Here's how to use this new service.

Google has a new tool that's meant to help small- to medium-sized businesses recruit candidates.

The product is Google Hire . And it's not for everyone.

In order to use Hire, businesses must be US-based G Suite customers with fewer than 1,000 employees.

It's not free, either. Pricing isn't publicized since it's determined by the size of the organization, but it starts at $100 a month for the entire organization.

Recently, Google vice president Bogomil Balkansky took Business Insider on a virtual tour of the new product.

He said that Hire helps recruiters at smaller firms cut out repetitive tasks and be more efficient about the hiring process. What's more, he said the service helps organizations prevent anything to "slip through the cracks."

With that in mind, here's how to use Google Hire:

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