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Back to basics: how to write a recruiting email

New sourcing tools, social media recruiting and employee referral programs make it easier to source interesting candidates than ...

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...

How to calculate employee turnover rate

Employee turnover rate is defined as the percentage of employees who leave an organization during a certain period of time. Peo...

Understanding interviews per offer and interviews per hire KPIs

Recruiting metrics help you invest your recruiting budget in ways that bring the highest return to your business. Knowing what t...

Qualified job candidates per hire: recruiting metrics that matter

How and what we need to measure in recruiting remains an active discussion. While there is plenty of data on offer from key recr...

Average time to hire: key recruiting metrics to track

Using recruiting metrics effectively is about finding the signal in the noise. Hiring managers, business owners and recruit...

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What is time to fill? KPIs for recruiters

Applicant tracking systems provide an abundance of data to look at, but what metrics should you be tracking? Each business ...

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