Measuring candidate job satisfaction enables hiring teams to gauge how well they’re setting expectations in their job posts.
Candidate experience is something hiring teams can measure with both quantitative and qualitative recruiting metrics.
The proportion of organic candidates metric is an indicator of fairness and equity in your hiring process.
Time in hiring processes is the time spent by candidates in each of the steps in your organization’s hiring process.
Source channel cost is a recruiting metric that helps you determine how well your candidate sourcing channels are performing.
Cost per hire depends on a seemingly infinite number of variables that may be difficult to track. That’s why it’s a bit of a unicorn metric.
Applicants and candidates aren’t actually the same thing, although the recruiting industry has used them interchangeably in the past.
Days live is a metric that hiring teams can use to judge how well their job posts are attracting qualified candidate pools.
How your organization measures time to fill directly impacts how useful the data is to your recruiting efforts.