In the Recruitment report, you can get insight in relevant information regarding your recruiting work. The more data, the better the decision making, right?

Content of this article

  1. Overview of the recruitment reports

  2. Hires report

  3. The Pipeline reports

  4. NPS overview

  5. NPS per stage report

  6. Jobs overview

  7. Reject reason report

  8. Assessment results

Overview

Hired - the number of candidates hired during the period. Click it for more insight on your hires, from which job to how long the recruitment took.

Time to hire - the average times it took you to hire your new colleagues (from when they landed in the inbox until you moved them to hired).

Time to reject - on average, how long it took you to reject your candidates (from when the application was submitted, until you rejected them).

Time in inbox - follow up how many days your candidates are in inbox before they are handled and moved along in the process.

Latest hires - shows your latest hires.

Net Promoter Score - see what your NPS score is for the period you're currently looking at.

By clicking on the different boxes, you will be directed to more detailed reports. Let's take a closer look at these below.

Hires

See how many candidates you've hired over the period you're viewing, and some other related stats.

Candidate - see what candidate you've hired, click his/her name to access the candidates profile

Job - displays the job the hire was made for

Source - the hired candidate source. Read more about sources here

Hired at - The date the candidate's profile was moved to Hired

The Pipeline reports (overview, speed, and conversion)

Get insight in your recruitment pipeline by reviewing your pipeline reports. For a complete insight in the your recruitment pipeline, you will see the following three reports: Pipeline overview, Pipeline speed, and Pipeline conversion. Read more about these reports here.

NPS overview

Get a full overview of all your NPS scores and feedback. This is a great place to work with your NPS and get back to your candidates.

Score - Here you'll see your NPS score for the period you're currently viewing (% promoters - % detractors)

Detractors - the number of detractors (that gave you a score between 0-6)

Passives - the number of passive candidates (giving you a score between 7-8)

Promoters - the number of promoters (that gave you a score between 9-10)

You can see the NPS score divided by the individual answer, to get more deeper insights.

Score - see the score the candidate in question give. The colour represents if this candidate is a promoter (green), passive (gray), or detractor (red).

Candidate - the candidate that gave this score

Job - the job the candidate in question was asked to rate

Stage - here you see the stage the candidate was in when the NPS survey was sent. (rejected) means the candidate was rejected.

Date - the date the answer was recorded.

Additional feedback - as the candidate give you a score s/he is asked to provide additional feedback, which is displayed here. Click Reply under the feedback to get back to the candidate right away.

NPS per stage

See the NPS score divided by the stage the candidate was in when they answered your survey. Why not use this information to analyse the correlation between different stages and the responses your candidates give you?

#️⃣ - the number sign/ID shows which number the stage has in the process.

Stages - here, see the name of the stage

NPS - the average NPS score from this stage

Responses - the number of responses you've received in this stage

Jobs overview

Get an overview of the active recruitments during the period you're viewing by taking a look at the Jobs overview report. In this report you see the statistics on:

Total jobs - total amount of active jobs* during the period you're looking at

Avg. Visits/Job - the average amount of visits per job

Avg. Applications/Job - the average amount of applications per job

Avg. Conversion rate - the average conversion rate on all jobs (Applications divided by Visits).

*an active job is a job that has at least one visit or one application

You will also get the following insight into every specific job:

Job - the name of the specific job

Visits - the numbers of visitors to the job ad

Applications - the number of applications

Sources -  the number of candidates you've sourced to the ad

Candidates - the total number of candidates (applied+sourced) in the job right now. Won't show candidates that where deleted. A list of these candidates will fold out if you click the number.

Conversion rate - the conversion rate for the specific job (applications divided by visits)

Avg. rating - the average rating of the candidates in the job

Reject reason

In this report, you can get a breakdown of the reasons candidates were rejected.

Total rejects - the total number of candidates that were rejected during the period you're looking at

Rejected by us - the number of candidates that you rejected (rejected by the company)

Rejected by the candidate - the number of candidates that rejected you (rejected by the candidate)

No reason - the number of candidates that were rejected without a reason (before this feature was implemented)

You can also get statistics based on each specific reject reason you've set up for your account.

Reason - the reject reason in question

Count - the number of time this reason has been used when a candidate's profile was rejected

Rejected by - here you see if the rejection was made by you (the company) or the candidate

Assessment results

If you work with one of our integrated partners for candidate assessments, you will see a report for Assessment results.

Sent test completed - the number of sent test that was completed (candidate submitted the result)

Average score - the average score of the tests result

Median score - the median score of the test results

You will also get the following insight into each specific test result.

Candidate - the candidate that submitted the result

Created at - when the result was completed

Score - this candidates score

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