Absenteeism Rate

We all get sick or have emergencies at some point. Sometimes, we are simply unable to get to work – and this has nothing to do with your vacation days, authorized leaves, or statutory holidays. No, this has to do with you picking up your phone in the morning, and telling them that you can’t… Read more »

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Acceptance Rate

There are times when people try their luck at getting a job at your company. Some candidates are what you’ve been looking for, while others don’t seem that invested. Still, you wish you could them into your team and work towards success, but that’s not possible. Did you know that you could keep track of… Read more »

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Attrition Rate

As much as some companies love to change overnight for various reasons, people leaving the company is never a good change to embrace. As an employer, people leaving your firm for a better job could cost you time and effort in bringing somebody to fill in the empty slot. When people tend to leave the… Read more »

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Average Retirement Age

Depending on the country or state that they live in, everyone has an age at which they are legally allowed to retire. However, there are also cases when people tend to retire early – or later than they were supposed to. Still, considering that every company needs to have a plan, you also need to… Read more »

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Average Tenure

When an employee is satisfied with a company, they will remain with it until the end – or at least, until they find a better opportunity. On the other hand, if an employee is dissatisfied with their experience within a certain company, they will try their best to leave as soon as possible – ending,… Read more »

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Average Time to Fill a Job Vacancy

When your company is left with an open position it is basically understaffed – this also means that your company probably has some of its operations disrupted or canceled, which in turn means that you can lose money just because of a vacant job position. This is where the Average Time to Fill a Job… Read more »

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Average Time to Find a Hire

In today’s post, we will focus our attention on one of the most important and relevant recruiting metrics – namely the average time to find a hire. Business owners, recruiters, and entrepreneurs depend on this data as it points actionable insights. It’s as simple as this: the purpose of these recruiting metrics is to answer… Read more »

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Benefits Satisfaction

Ah, the benefits – the very first thing a potential employee asks about. Now, of course, any employee can grow to be dissatisfied with his benefits, either because a different company offers better ones or because these are of little to no actual help. Subsequently, assessing the Benefits Satisfaction in your company from time to… Read more »

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Candidates Interviewed per Hire

The discussion regarding the most important metrics in human resources is open to debate. However, most people agree on the fact that the candidates interviewed per hire metric could offer reliable indicators concerning the recruiting and the interviewing process. Categorically, it is just as critical to interpret the results provided by the calculations accordingly. Your… Read more »

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Cost per Hire

Judging by the name of this metric, Cost per Hire refers to the amount of money your company spends in order to hire a person. On its own, this metric offers insight only on how much you spend per individual hired – but when paired with the Recruiting Budget metric, you can determine how much… Read more »

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