Conversion Rates

All your metrics related to Conversion Rates can be found here.

Go to conversion rates to see the ratio of applications per hire, or the ratio of a specific stage to Offer or Hire. We also have widgets to show the number of candidates interviewed in these stages who received an offer or hire by recruiter. Please note: User filters by Primary Recruiter or Coordinator.

Applications Per Hire:

Number of candidates rejected or hired divided by number of candidates hired. Date filter is based on application date.  

{Stage} to Offer:

Number of candidates interviewed (interview scheduled or scorecard submitted) in these stages divided by number of them who received offers. Date filter is by interview date, or scorecard submitted date if no interview was scheduled.  

{Stage} to Hire:

Number of candidates interviewed (interview scheduled or scorecard submitted) in these stages divided by number of them who were hired. Date filter is by interview date, or scorecard submitted date if no interview was scheduled.

{Stage} per Offer by Recruiter
Number of candidates interviewed (interview scheduled or scorecard submitted) in these stages divided by number of them who received offers, by recruiter. Date filter is by interview date, or scorecard submitted date if no interview was scheduled.

{Stage} per Hire by Recruiter 

Number of candidates interviewed (interview scheduled or scorecard submitted) in these stages divided by number of them who were hired, by recruiter. Date filter is by interview date, or scorecard submitted date if no interview was scheduled.

Application Conversion Rate over time
The percentage of candidates where an offer was made to those that have applied, and is aggregated to the time period based on the offer creation date, not including candidates still in progress. Use this chart to identify if the quality of application trend is improving over time after making adjustments to your process.

Offer Conversion Rate From Interviews
Conversion rate is the percentage of candidates where an offer was made of those that had at least one interview scheduled, and is aggregated to the time period based on the offer creation date, not including active candidates still in process. Use this chart to identify if the trend is improving over time after making adjustments to your process.