Greenhouse added five new languages to its recruiting solution, along with other features designed to help employers scale their hiring and onboarding processes. The company said the enhancements will also support organizations as they work to engage and retain new team members and help them develop in their positions.

Greenhouse Recruiting will now be available in German, French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. The added languages will make the product more accessible to organizations abroad and those seeking to create global teams, the company said. According to Group Product Manager Robby Perdue, the enhancement is “a major milestone [that] reflects our dedication to meeting the needs of our global user base.”

Meanwhile, Greenhouse’s onboarding product added permissions to help teams manage new-hire data, which will allow administrators to provide users with access to information such as which pending hires are joining the team and the tasks that will be assigned to them. Such capabilities will allow managers, leadership and other employees to identify onboarding cohorts and track their progress.

Greenhouse Group Product Manager Brian Donnellan said the onboarding permissions will “surface relevant data about cohorts to hiring managers and people ops professionals,” which will help organizations scale their global teams. This will, he said, “lead to operational efficiency and make it easier for global and scaling organizations to streamline their onboarding processes by surfacing only the most relevant data about cohorts to hiring managers and people ops professionals.”

Scaling Support

Greenhouse also added data privacy and consent tools to help employers meet compliance requirements. Candidates will have the option of either consenting to their personal data being processed or retained separately.

In April, Greenhouse announced its spring product release, with the addition of three features — Greenhouse Goals, Onboarding and Pay Transparency — to its product suite with the goal of helping organizations improve their hiring processes and results. At the time, Greenhouse said the new features would provide more transparency and allow for clearer hiring expectations across the organization.

By Mark Feffer

Mark Feffer is executive editor of RecruitingDaily and the HCM Technology Report. He’s written for TechTarget, HR Magazine, SHRM, Dice Insights, and TalentCulture, as well as Dow Jones, Bloomberg and Staffing Industry Analysts. He likes schnauzers, sailing and Kentucky-distilled beverages.


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