Recruiting costs money and any time you spend money, you want to make sure you can justify the expense. Recruiting metrics help communicate the value of recruiting to the organization as well as highlight areas that may need more funding or different efforts. Recruiting metrics measure the effectiveness (or ineffectiveness) of your recruiting process. They…

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If you want your recruiting metrics to be a strategic tool to develop into a competitive edge, you need to use forward-looking metrics or predictive analytics tied to specific business impacts. Turn your recruiting metrics into a strategic tool by providing dollar and goal impacts, Recruiting Metrics calculating risks, and using real-time recruitment metrics that…

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Are your recruiting metrics old and tired? Turnover rate is one of several tired, old, static recruiting metrics applied to staffing and retention that isn’t very effective in a competitive, evolving job market and economy. With its foundation in employee hiring and exit history, it doesn’t reflect a company’s current recruiting needs status and only…

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Everyone wants the perfect employee. That elusive individual who both loves what they do and gets along with those they work with. It doesn’t hurt if they also know what they’re doing. But let’s face it, finding that perfect individual isn’t always easy. It takes time, patience and money. Job boards aren’t free, recruiters don’t…

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