Candidate Analytics gives deeper insight into the candidates that are sourced in Skillate and the related actions.
Here’s how it works:
The filters available in this section are similar to the ones used in Source Analytics. To know more about the application of filters, click here.
Candidate Count is a trend graph representing the total number of candidates added in Skillate during the selected date range. It further shows the breakup of the total candidates into new, unique and unparsed candidates.
Note: The date filter is applied on the date candidates were sourced.
Average rank is a trend graph representing the rank of the candidates’ in the Screen and the offer stage as per the matching engine.
For example, in a given date range you source 100 candidates. Out of these 100, you screened 4 of the candidates. The average rank will be the average rank of these 4 candidates that were moved to the interview stage.
Note: Screening here refers to moving candidates from screen stage(default) to the interview stage. Also, the date range filter is applied on the date the candidate was screened or offered.
Rejection Reason represents the percentage breakup of reasons for rejecting candidates. It enlists the list of reasons for rejecting candidates with their respective percentages.
Feedback (Requested vs Submitted) is a stacked bar chart representing the total interviewers’ feedback requested and out of that the total feedback submitted by the interviewer.
Note: The date range filter will be applied on the date interview is scheduled. Also, this considers both- interview schedule as well as the feedback step.
Email Sent is a trend graph representing the types of emails that are being sent to the candidates. It gives you an idea as to what is the bulk communication to the candidates from the organization’s end.
Note: The date range filter is applied on the date when the email is sent.
Ratings by Candidate represents the ratings submitted by the candidate through the survey form in a given date range.
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.
Chatbot Response is represented through a pie chart and a bar graph. It represents Average time taken for first response and Total Responded vs Shortlisted. This helps recruiters in identifying the time/day when more chatbot responses are received.
For example, in a given date range, you have sent 50 chatbot requests. Out of these 50 requests, the first response for 10 requests came in 2 days, for 20 in 3 days and for the rest in 4 days. The weighted average of all these responses will be taken to calculate the average time taken for the first response.
Note: The time filters take into consideration the time of the first response.