Source Analytics gives insights into the distribution of candidate sources for different jobs. Data on candidate sourcing is essential to understand the dominant and effective candidate sources used by the organization.
For example, your organization may want to analyse the performance of your career page. To get data for the number of candidates sourced through career page and the status of those candidates can be analysed by using relevant filters.
Here’s how it works:
The Sourcing Analytics section has filters to narrow down the reports as per candidate sources and jobs.
To apply the source filter, click “Select Sources”. As shown in the below image, select the sources from the drop-down for which you want to see the data.
Note: The Date Range filter is applied on the date candidates were sourced.
The jobs filter work in a similar way as described in the Recruiter Activity Report document.
Source Counts is a pie chart representing the distribution of the sources of candidates’ for the selected job.
Source Share in Top 10 Recommendations is a pie chart representing the percentage share of candidates’ sources of only the top 10% candidates as given by the matching engine.
Candidate Pipeline by When They are Sourced is a funnel diagram representing the number of candidates sourced on a given date range and the action taken on them in the different stages in the hiring process.
For example in the below image, for a given date range, 4512 candidates were added. Out of these 4512, 579 were screened and 352 were rejected. Out of the screened, 85 were interviewed. Out of the 85 interviewed, 23 were rejected and 62 were offered. Out of these 62 offered, 18 were hired and 2 were rejected.
To check out the document on Candidate Analytics, click here.