In a move that could make some of the biggest tech companies in America look like just another cubicle, LinkedIn has begun rolling out new recruiting tools aimed at the human resources and recruiting departments.
The company announced on Wednesday that it will begin rolling out tools that help users search for the most appropriate HR positions and internship opportunities.
The new tool is called the “Internship Manager,” and it’s available on the company’s website for free, along with a link to a recruiter’s profile.
It will allow users to search for jobs, look for internship opportunities, and create a personal profile that lets them add their name to a list of recruiters.
It’s a similar feature to the one that LinkedIn launched for its hiring tools in 2017.
LinkedIn says it has more than 200,000 users in the US who can sign up to use the tool.
The app is available in the U.S. and Canada, and users can sign into the app at any time, which is nice for people who might have limited internet access.
The new feature will be available for people across the globe, including in India, South Africa, and India.
As part of its efforts to attract and retain talent, LinkedIn is also building tools that allow users with a specific type of skills to search through the company.
For example, users with an “artificial intelligence background” can search for roles in the company that match their skill set, while people with a “programming background” will be able to find internship opportunities that match the job they’re applying for.
It seems like the company is making some big changes in the hiring process, and that’s a good thing.