When Google first announced its plans to hire more than 50,000 new employees in the coming year, it said that “Google has always been about solving problems.”
Now it says it’s working on solving problems for humans.
And Google’s hiring drive is already affecting other companies, like Uber and Microsoft.
Google is hiring 50,300 new employees a year, including in its human resources and human resources solutions departments.
In an interview with Fortune, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that Google’s recruiting efforts had “helped shape the future of human and machine collaboration.”
Pichare says Google is working on creating new products and services for the human workforce, and says it will be adding more than 2,000 employees in human resources over the next year.
He says Google’s goal is to create “a seamless experience for all employees,” and that its hiring will help create “greater understanding, better collaboration and more effective teams.”
Puchai also says Google will continue to work on improving its human resource department.
The search giant hired Google engineer Peter Dolan as a VP of HR and Human Resources, a role he will take on as head of HR.
Dolan previously worked at Microsoft.
According to Puchare, Dolan will “help us understand what our human resources need and create an open-ended solution that will enable us to meet them,” adding that “he will also be a part of our human resource development efforts and will be working on helping us to align our efforts across the company.”
Pachai says that Google will “actively hire people for our HR departments” in order to “make sure we are always creating the best possible human resources for our employees.”
Google’s human resources department is the second-largest HR department in the company.
Its HR department, which oversees all human resources across its businesses, is one of the largest in the world.
Google’s HR department has been working to build its human and artificial intelligence programs, and its new hiring drive comes at a time when Google is already spending more than $20 billion on AI and machine learning.
While hiring is an important part of Google’s efforts to build an AI-friendly workforce, Google’s recruitment drive also has the potential to affect other companies as well.
Google has previously been accused of not doing enough to recruit women.
Google recently hired a former Google executive to lead its search advertising team, and Google has also made hiring decisions based on race and gender.
Last year, Google had to fire an employee who had been in charge of hiring and firing human resources because of sexual harassment allegations.
Pichare also said that he will work to increase the number of women in Google’s board of directors.
“We want women to have a voice in how Google thinks and runs the company,” Pichares said.