Simply by providing access to the information you need, when you need it, the right reporting tools can be hugely powerful in terms of improving the performance of your recruitment campaigns and helping you address bottlenecks or inefficiencies at each stage of your process.
Here are 5 ways the right reporting tools can help improve the way you recruit across your organisation:
- Eliminate the use of poorly performing platforms
With the ability to measure the number of applications, interviews and offers generated by each of your sources, you can quickly identify which platforms works best for roles and target your advertising accordingly.
Access to this kind of information in relation to your agencies is extremely useful when it comes to reviewing your PSL and negotiating fees.
- Identify problems with your adverts or application forms
Real time access to information, is key to identifying potential issues and being able to address them quickly to minimise impact. Whilst the ability to monitor advert clicks to applications and incomplete applications will help you address any advert or application issues, immediate access to candidate information ensures you are attracting the right candidates and make any necessary changes as soon as they are identified.
- Reduce the time it takes to create reports
Producing extensive reports such equal opportunities and diversity monitoring needn’t be a time-consuming exercise if the information is collated in the right way.
Simply by introducing the information you require as part of your application form, you can access the information as and when you need it. If information is collated in an efficient manner, reporting on it should be a quick and simple process.
- Promote efficiency and Identify bottlenecks
Customisable dashboards not only provide you with a real time snapshot of key information, but also help to highlight potential bottlenecks and promote greater efficiency throughout your processes. The ability to quickly view the status of each vacancy, the number of outstanding tasks such as interviews, feedback, declines can be much more easily managed when viewed in real time.
- Work towards and achieve your recruitment objectives
Information drives knowledge. Understanding where you are in terms of your cost per hire, time to hire and equality and diversity policies is critical if you want to change them.
Reports can be automatically scheduled to run as you require to provide an ongoing comparison and help you achieve your recruitment objectives.