Here’s Google’s Bizarre Process Of Hiring Employees

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Google is the most popular search engine used by billions of people across the world. Earlier if you want to tell someone to find any kind of information, we used to say search it, but now the word ‘Search’ got replaced by ‘Google’. The search engine has become so popular that even the meaning for Search has got transformed. It has become most common for most of us that, we all say ‘Google it’ instead of Search in Google.  The reason behind the growth and success of the company is its ultimate creativity.

Google - Strangle Interview Process

Google is one of the highly reputed Multinational Companies that uses bizarre strategies in recruiting employees. The company shows utmost creativity in its methods of recruitment. The recruiting process of Google is quite peculiar and different from other famous MNCs. Here is the most interesting and strange process of how Google hires employees and the strategy behind its Secret (Search) Recruitment. Check out how this person got placed in Google just by entering a secret search.

Google – Byzantine Process of Recruitment

Usually, software companies hire people based on their communication skills, problem solving abilities, subject knowledge, programming skills and by testing their proficiency. But, Google doesn’t walk in the path of others, instead it creates a new way. Google uses most rigorous and byzantine processes of recruitment. Google looks out for hiring people in its company based on their search habits that fits in Google’s code book. It uses a Secret Search that checks a person’s search habit and if it fits in the Google’s Code book, then the company’s algorithm will ask you to apply for a job. Sounds Weird, right? But, it is true. This is how actually it chooses a person for applying for a job at Google.

Want to Get Placed in Google – It’s So Simple!

Are you struggling to get placed in the most popular MNC, Google? You don’t have to vigorously work for applying a job at Google. The search engine itself looks out for the people based on their search habit and suppose if the search habit of particular individual matches the code book of Google, immediately it will provide you an opportunity to apply for a job at Google.

How Google Hires Employees

There were presumptions that in the near future people would get recruited in tech companies by the algorithms, but Google has put a step forward and has already started doing that. It’s has become so simple to get placed in the tech giant company. All you need to do is, change your habit of Search in Google by entering some computer programming terms and if those words matches the Google’s Code book, then you have to get through some complex series of puzzles. That’s it! You will be then placed into the company.

Max Rosett – Google’s Secret Search Interview Process

These are the words of Max Rosett who got placed in Google unexpectedly. He describes his experience in his blog that actually he wasn’t prepared to apply for a job at Google. He had completed Master’s in computer science through Georgia Tech’s online program. He was lacking behind confidence to apply for a full-time software role as he was still in his way of developing the skills.

One fine day, he was working on his project and for that purpose, Max entered a few programming terms in Google as “python lambda function list comprehension”. As soon as he entered those words, something strange started to happen. The search results broke apart the usual blue linked result page and revealed a box containing a message saying:

“You’re speaking our language. Up for a challenge?”

Below that message, Google gave three options as:

I want to play   No thanks   Don’t Show this message again

Max Rosset then decided to go for the challenge and clicked on “I want to Play” option. He got through most challenging and complex series of programming questions.

There were presumptions that in the near future people would get recruited in tech companies by the algorithms, but Google has put a step forward and has already started doing that. It's has become so simple to get placed in the tech giant company. All you need to do is, change your habit of Search in Google by entering some computer programming terms and if those words matches the Google's Code book, then you have to get through some complex series of puzzles. That's it! You will be then placed into the company. Max Rosett - Google's Secret Search Interview Process These are the words of Max Rosett who got placed in Google unexpectedly. He describes his experience in his blog that actually he wasn't prepared to apply for a job at Google. He had completed Master’s in computer science through Georgia Tech’s online program. He was lacking behind confidence to apply for a full-time software role as he was still in his way of developing the skills. One fine day, he was working on his project and for that purpose, Max entered a few programming terms in Google as "python lambda function list comprehension". As soon as he entered those words, something strange started to happen. The search results broke apart the usual blue linked result page and revealed a box containing a message saying: "You’re speaking our language. Up for a challenge?" Below that message, Google gave three options as: I want to play No thanks Don't Show this message again Max Rosset then decided to go for the challenge and clicked on "I want to Play" option. He got through most challenging and complex series of programming questions.

The questions were completely time-based and required knowledge about algorithms. He was then presented a particular programming challenge for which he was given 48 hours to solve.

The Q&A round went on for two weeks at the page called foo.bar. Each time he solved the challenge and submitted the solution at foo.bar which tested the code given by Max against five hidden test cases.

Once Max Rosett solved the sixth problem, he was then asked to submit his contact information and a couple of days later, the Google Recruiter emailed him asking for a copy of his resume.

Google Interview Questions

Further, he went on through a typical ride of recruiting process like interviews and HR rounds. Finally, Max Rosset got the call letter from Google and is currently he is employed at the Silicon Valley giant.

Max felt that all the questions in the challenge were very interesting and challenging than those asked at Google Careers, the usual Google portal. The sort of initiative which Google has planned is very smart and unique. The strategy seems to be unusual but it is a really a smart approach to hunt for top-notch talent on the web.

The mysterious search page that Max Rosett used doesn’t occur if you try to activate it with the similar secret search. The page is not activate to accept challenges any more. However, there are some other pages that appears to be still active looking for intelligent programmers to offer a job at Google.

This process of recruiting people seems very interesting, right? Probably, you could be the next in the queue for Google interviews, provided you enter the secret magical search words in Google. Come on..Test your Luck!

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