January 27, 2021

Google brings ‘Kormo Jobs’ app to India to assist job seekers



New Delhi: Google on Wednesday stated it’s bringing its ‘Kormo Jobs‘ Android app to India to assist job seekers discover and apply for positions throughout India. The tech large, which launched ‘Jobs’ final 12 months in India as a part of Google Pay to attach job seekers with alternatives in industries like on-demand companies, retail and hospitality, stated the providing will probably be rebranded to ‘Kormo Jobs’.

Google Regional Supervisor and Operations Lead (Kormo Jobs) Bickey Russell stated Jobs was initially piloted in Bangladesh (in 2018) and subsequently launched in Indonesia, below the model Kormo Jobs.

Final 12 months, Google additionally made out there the same providing in India below the model ‘Jobs as a Spot’ on Google Pay app.

Corporations like Zomato and Dunzo have discovered candidates with the required abilities, expertise and site preferences utilizing the service, with over two million verified jobs posted on the platform, he stated in a blogpost.

“Inspired by this momentum and to lend help to employment efforts in a post-pandemic world, we’re bringing our Kormo Jobs Android app to India to assist much more job seekers uncover and apply for jobs throughout India with a further gateway,” he stated.

Russell added that concurrently, the Jobs Spot on Google Pay will probably be rebranded to Kormo Jobs to create a constant expertise for customers.

“We’ll proceed to spend money on it with new options and jobs in order that its customers can proceed to learn from its comfort,” he stated.

Russell famous that within the wake of the pandemic, the roles panorama stands altered with demand shifting to new companies that require totally different units of abilities and expertise.

Companies of all sizes face the challenges of the brand new regular, whereas job seekers are having to adapt to this shift rapidly, he stated including that the corporate has been in a position to play a useful function in facilitating connections.