How To Calculate Cost-Per-Hire

Cost-per-hire is arguably the most important metric for talent analytics. When you know your cost-per-hire, you can better determine where to invest your recruiting dollars. These strategic recruiting decisions can potentially save your company money and attract better candidates. Because so many factors go into recruiting, it can be difficult to calculate an accurate cost-per-hire…

What Do Your Candidates Really Want?

You’re probably already measuring source of hire. You can see which percentage of hires come from job boards, LinkedIn, referrals and recruiting events. And you also employ multiple recruitment marketing tactics like a careers site, a Glassdoor profile, employer brand videos, an email nurturing campaign, a job seeker newsletter, a talent network, paid search and…

The Best Way to Measure Your Recruiting Efforts: Source of Influence

The candidate journey is no longer a linear experience that consists of a candidate deciding to look for a job, screening ads, submitting resumes, interviewing, and getting hired. In today’s job search process, a candidate’s online and offline environments intersect at multiple points including website, career sites, news sites, blogs, social media, events, reviews, and…

5 Metrics Every Recruiter Should Care About

As I sat down to begin this post, I decided to start out with some good old-fashioned Internet research. Googling the term “recruiting metrics,” I was pleasantly surprised to see how many (potentially) relevant hits were returned, obviously a measure of the topic’s popularity. Hurray for recruiting! However, this happiness quickly subsided as I clicked…