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Recruiting metrics

Introduction to Recruiting Metrics FAQ

Recruitment metrics help you gauge the effectiveness of your recruitment process. Here are frequently asked questions and answer...

How to measure talent pipeline metrics

A talent pipeline is a network of engaged passive candidates who can fill future roles in your company. Talent pipeline metrics ...

Recruiting metrics

Job offer acceptance rate metrics FAQ

An offer acceptance rate (OAR) is the percentage of candidates who accepted a formal job offer. The OAR is measured by dividing ...

Recruiting metrics

Candidate experience metrics FAQ

Did you know you can track and improve your candidate experience using recruitment metrics? Now you know. These FAQs and best pr...

Recruiting metrics

Recruitment process effectiveness metrics FAQ

This guide will help you determine what recruitment process metrics matter most to your company and how to report on these KPIs....

Recruiting metrics

Time to fill and time to hire metrics FAQ

Here are frequently asked questions and answers on time to fill and time to hire to help you plan, assess and optimize your hiri...

Recruiting metrics

Recruiting costs FAQ: Budget and cost per hire

Here are frequently asked questions and answers about recruiting costs to help you plan your budget, monitor your cost per hire ...

Source of hire: what it is, how to measure it and how to use it

Tracking source of hire (SoH) will help you distribute your hiring resources to the most effective recruiting channels. As with ...

Recruiting email metrics: how to measure your email success

Recruiting email metrics help you measure the impact of your messages. Whether it’s to find out if a referred candidate would be...

How to measure (and improve) your offer acceptance rate

An offer acceptance rate (OAR) is the percentage of candidates who accepted a formal job offer. The OAR is measured by dividing ...

How to measure quality of hire

Quality of hire, also referred to as QoH, is a measurement of the value that a new hire brings to a company and how much they co...

Recruiting yield ratios, explained

A yield ratio is a metric used in recruitment to measure the movement of candidates through each step of the hiring pipeline. Tr...

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