Analysis of KPIs and tracking how they change in time offer most valuable insight regarding the effectiveness of your company’s recruitment processes. Reports available in eRecruiter enable full access to data of pending projects, work of recruiters, applications submitted by candidates and sources of job ads. They are an invaluable source of information used for the purposes of internal benchmarking. You can easily check whether your performance indicators have improved or deteriorated.
In the “Market data” section, you can also compare your company’s performance with market data. You gain a unique reference point for fully anonymized and aggregated data sourced from tens of thousands of recruitment projects carried out in eRecruiter.
Importantly, both the course of the recruitment process and the achieved results are different in diverse companies, e.g. depending on their location or industry. Therefore, you filter the results according to the following criteria: industry, position level, form of employment and city.
TIP: Remember that in order to achieve credible data in the reports, you should update the candidates’ stages in the recruitment process systematically.
Important! Availability of specific reports depends on your system version. If you do not see a given report, contact your eRecruiter Consultant.
Important! This section is available for the Administrator only.
Important! Monthly data are presented. However, due to the time of data aggregation, the last month’s data are displayed on the charts with a delay of a few days. For instance, data for August will be available on September 2 or 3.
Important! The charts include data regarding those recruitment processes whose KPI times do not exceed 180 days.
Comparison of KPI times
This chart enables the comparison of key recruitment indicators (KPIs) — Time to Offer, Time to Hire, Time to Fill — in a given month. It presents an average number of days required for achievement of a given KPI in your company and its market peers. The chart can be a reliable reference point when setting the goals for your team.
Comparison of average time between stages
The chart presents an average number of days between individual recruitment stages in your company and its market peers. It shows whether your processes take more or less time as compared to other companies.
Having identified the longest stages as compared to the market, you can attempt to answer the following questions:
Why is this stage of the process so time-consuming?
What can we do to make it shorter and achieve better recruitment KPIs?