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Recruiting Analytics that Matter

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 1:43pm Wednesday 17 March 2010    Print Article

Newton Software has put together a simple guide to getting started with recruiting analytics. The recruiting analytics that you decide to capture should answer the most common questions that arise in recruiting.

  1. Measure what matters
  2. Measure metrics that answer questions
Focus on capturing information that will help you solve issues and bottlenecks before they become bigger problems. Performance metrics should allow you to be proactive and should allow you to answer questions in real-time. When considering what to measure ask the following questions.
  • Are we receiving applications for all our open jobs?
  • What are our best sources of applicants?
  • What happens to the applicants we receive?
  • How long does it take us to move applicants through our process?
  • Do we have any missed opportunities?




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