Whether it is to discuss the recruitment results with your colleagues or to optimize your recruitment processes, the dashboard presents you with the statistics that would help you make better decisions.

Here are the 4 sessions that it is made up of:

1. Open job offers

This session displays 3 key elements related to the posting of your open job offers. It allows you to see quickly which job offers you could work on in order to improve your results. 

Fully optimized: A job offer that has been posted on at least 2 posting platforms (Careers page on Enroll Talent excluded).

Not fully optimized: A job offer that has been posted on less than 2 posting platforms (Careers page on Enroll Talent excluded)

Posting almost expired: A job offer with less than 7 days of posting remaining on platforms.

Note: If you want to receive more applications, and you notice that some of your job offers are "Not fully optimized", we advise you to post them on other posting platforms. You would gain more visibility, and consequently, more applications. 

2. Candidates

This graph shows you all candidates that have applied to your job offers, also in which step they are during your hiring process. With the help of this information, you could easily calculate the conversation rate of candidates in your recruitment funnel, and define the number of candidates needed in order to meet the needs of your hiring. 

3. Progress of applications

This graph gives you an overview of the progress of applications on your account within a given time. Depending on the job offers and the selected date, you should be able to see the most popular months for your hiring, and even distinguish different trends among your offers. 

4. Top posting platforms

This table indicates the source of resumes, as well as their average costs based on the posting platforms.

Do you want to know which platforms bring you the most resumes? Which platforms cost you less per resume? Where do the candidates that applied for your PHP developer offer come from? Where do the candidates that applied for your mechanical engineer offer come from? You can have all the answers to these questions in this session.

Note: You would probably notice that some of your job offers have the greatest number of candidates or better candidates when they are posted on niche job sites, or in some cases, when they are posted on LinkedIn instead. The idea is to discover which platforms bring you the best results, whether it is related to cost, quality or quantity, and then you can focus your efforts on those platforms.

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