[INFOGRAPHIC] 6 Types of Recruitment Metrics You Should Know About

This infographic presents 6 main types of recruitment metrics every HR professional should track and measure.

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The importance of recruitment metrics

Tracking recruiting metrics is the key to HR analytics and data-driven recruiting.

In today’s data-driven culture, most successful recruiters are those who make decisions based on data acquired through HR technology such as Applicants Tracking Systems and Recruitment Marketing Platforms.

According to LinkedIn research, HR teams who track and measure recruiting metrics are 2 times more likely to find talent faster and more efficiently.

This is why HR professionals use hiring metrics – to make better and more informed decisions and find and hire the ideal job candidate easier and faster.

Types of recruitment metrics

Here is the list of 6 main recruitment metrics types:

  1. Recruitment Marketing metrics
  2. Hiring Velocity metrics
  3. Hiring Expenses metrics
  4. Hiring Quality metrics
  5. Hiring Source metrics
  6. Referral metrics

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1. Recruitment Marketing metrics

➡️ Definition

Recruitment Marketing metrics is a group of recruitment metrics that measure the results and effectiveness of your Recruitment Marketing strategy.

2. Hiring Velocity metrics

➡️ Definition

Hiring Velocity metrics is a group of recruitment metrics that measure the speed and duration of your hiring process.

3. Hiring Expenses metrics

➡️ Definition

Hiring Expenses metrics is a group of recruitment metrics that measure the cost of your hiring process.

4. Hiring Quality

➡️ Definition

Hiring Quality metrics is a group of recruitment metrics that measure the quality of the candidates you hire.

5. Hiring Source metrics

➡️ Definition

Hiring Source metrics is a group of recruitment metrics that measure where your candidates come from.

6. Referral metrics

➡️ Definition

Referral metrics is a group of recruitment metrics that measure the results and effectiveness of your employee referral programs.

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