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 »

HR Metrics
Baseline Sales

In short, the Baseline Sales metric refers to the expected sales of a certain business, but without taking into account the marketing efforts. Of course, marketing is one of the most vital parts when it comes to sales and leads – however, determining the baseline sales helps you and your team determine the importance and… Read more »

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 »

HR Metrics
Bounce Rate

Let us assume that you pass by someone you know, and they don’t say at least “hello!”. Well, this is basically a bounce rate. But in marketing and Internet slang, bounce rate means that somebody is visiting your website, opens it – and then just leaves without even navigating it. Quite frustrating, isn’t? These bounce… Read more »

Marketing Metrics
Brand Awareness Metric

For a business to be successful, its owner needs to get the brand out there. It needs to become known among the masses – to be recognized instantly by those who interact with it. Most of the brand awareness nowadays is done on social media – particularly on platforms such as Facebook or Twitter. While… Read more »

Marketing Metrics
Break-Even Point Analysis

To start with, the break-even point analysis represents a measurement system that determines the margin of safety. It does this by comparing the revenues or units that have to be sold to cover both fixed and variable costs linked with making the sales. Specifically, this ratio is a means of calculating the potential profitability of… Read more »

Financial Metrics

The percentage of an investment, in terms of it increasing and decreasing year over year, is determined with the financial investment calculation that’s known as CAGR. This stands for Compound Annual Growth Rate. It can be compared with the annual average rate of return for a certain investment made by your company over a set… Read more »

Financial Metrics
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 »

HR Metrics
Cannibalization Rate in Sales and Marketing

If you own a business, you already know the impact certain products have on customers compared to others. At the same time, you know how new products can receive more attention compared to older ones, which will decrease in attention. Well, there is a thing called the cannibalization rate, and it is meant to calculate… Read more »

Sales Metrics
Cash Earnings/ Share

A company’s financial performance can be measured by using a certain profitability ratio, namely, Cash EPS, which is more commonly known as Cash Earnings per Share. This ratio calculates the cash flows on a per share basis. By ignoring all of the non-cash items that impact the normal Earning per Share, the Cash Earning per… Read more »

Financial Metrics