24/7 Posted Job Report

The 24/7 Posted Job Report offers valuable insights into the recruitment process, allowing leaders to monitor key metrics like the number of posted jobs, notifications to potential candidates, response rates, successful placements, and the ratio of placements. By analyzing this data, leaders can pinpoint areas of congestion in the process for both recruiters and Talent, gaining clarity on where enhancements are necessary.

Key Takeaways

  1. Metrics-Driven Recruitment Insight: The Posted Job Report offers a metrics-driven view of the recruitment process, encompassing crucial indicators such as job distribution, candidate engagement, response rates, placements, and success ratios. This data-driven approach empowers leaders to assess the efficiency and effectiveness of their talent acquisition efforts with precision.

  2. Identification of Process Bottlenecks: By analyzing the data provided in the report, leaders can identify bottlenecks in the recruitment funnel for both recruiters and candidates. This enables organizations to recognize specific stages where delays or inefficiencies occur, facilitating targeted improvements to streamline the entire recruitment process.

  3. Validation of Platform Impact: The report serves as a validation tool for the impact of the 24/7 platform on recruitment. It offers insights into recruiter adoption, candidate responsiveness, and overall recruitment efficiency enhancements achieved through the platform. This information substantiates the positive influence of technology on the organization's talent acquisition strategy.

Roles That Would Benefit from Running this Report:

  • Recruitment Managers: They can leverage the 24/7 Posted Job Report to closely monitor key recruitment metrics such as job distribution, candidate engagement, response rates, and placement success ratios. This allows them to identify bottlenecks in the recruitment process and make targeted enhancements to streamline operations, ultimately improving efficiency and effectiveness.
  • HR Analysts: Professionals responsible for talent acquisition data analysis can utilize the extensive filter options and insightful field details provided by the report to gain a comprehensive understanding of the recruitment process. By assessing metrics-driven insights, they can make data-driven decisions to optimize talent acquisition strategies and improve overall recruitment outcomes.
  • Leadership: By accessing the report's metrics-driven insights and detailed field information, team leaders and department heads can stay informed about the progress of recruitment efforts within their respective teams or departments. This enables them to proactively address any issues or bottlenecks in the recruitment process, ensuring smooth operations and successful placements.

 

Report Access and Filters

 

Locating the Report

  1. Click on Analyze Tab
    The Reports Sub Tab will automatically be selected
  2. In the Search Reports field, type POSTED
  3. Click on the 24/7 Posted Job Report

 

 

Filter Options

 

Parameter Name Options Description
Division All available Employer List Use this filter to refine Employer of the Job
Region All available Region List Use this filter to refine Region of the Job
Office All available Branch List Use this filter to refine Office of the Job
User All available HCM User List Use this filter to refine Job Owner of the Job
Group By Office, User Use this filter to refine the Report Data by Office or User
Job Type All available Job Type List Use this filter to refine Type of the Job
Job Status All available Job Status List Use this filter to refine Status of the Job
Talent Status All available Talent Status List Use this filter to refine Status of the Talent
Date From   Use this filter to refine Job Created between the date range
Date To   Use this filter to refine Job Created between the date range
Date Range   Options in the dropdown: None, Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, Last Week,  This Week, Next Month,etc.

 

Field Details

Field Name

Group by: Office

Description

The report data is grouped by Division, Region, and Office

Notes

Division Job's Employer  
Region Job's Region  
Office Job's Office  
Total Jobs Created Count of Total Jobs regardless of it from 24/7  
No of Jobs Sent to App Count of Total Jobs sent to 24/7  
No of Jobs Not Sent to App Count of Total Jobs not sent to 24/7  
Jobs Sent App % Ratio of Jobs Sent to 24/7 Calculated as: No of Jobs Sent to App / Total Jobs Created
Total Positions Created Total number of positions from the total jobs  
Total Positions Sent to App Total number of positions from the jobs sent to 24/7  
Total Positions Not Sent to App Total number of positions from the jobs not sent to 24/7  
Positions Sent to App % Ratio of Positions Sent to 24/7 Calculated as: Total Positions Sent to App / Total Positions Created
Note: Above columns consider the job created date based on the date range filter
No of Talent Responses Count of Job Activities (nomination/pipeline  - WorkN Interest Accepted and WorkN Offer Accepted) on those jobs sent to 24/7

Count calculated only on a stage changes to any talent of interest accepted or offer accepted in the nomination or pipeline sections that have occurred within the Activity logged date selected on the date range filter
Total Starts Count of placement on total jobs

Counts the unique placements if:

The placement had a “Talent Response” of interest or offer within 60 Days of Placement
OR

The placement had a talent source “Mobile Job Board” at any time
OR

The talent has a web apply source “Mobile Job Board” at any time

Not App related starts would be false if any of the above logic does not meet.
These fields consider the hired date selected on the date filter.

App Related Starts Count of placement that talent started on jobs sent to 24/7
Not App Related Starts Total Starts - App Related Starts
App Related Starts % Ratio of App Related Starts
Calculated as: App Related Starts / Total Starts

 

 Field Details

Field Name

Group by: User

Description

The report data is grouped by Division, Region, Office, and User

Notes

Division Job's Employer  
Region Job's Region  
Office Job's Office  
User Job's Owner Displays only when Group By filter is set to User
Total Jobs Created Count of Total Jobs regardless of it from 24/7  
No of Jobs Sent to App Count of Total Jobs sent to 24/7  
No of Jobs Not Sent to App Count of Total Jobs not sent to 24/7  
Jobs Sent App % Ratio of Jobs Sent to 24/7 Calculated as: No of Jobs Sent to App / Total Jobs Created
Total Positions Created Total number of positions from the total jobs  
Total Positions Sent to App Total number of positions from the jobs sent to 24/7  
Total Positions Not Sent to App Total number of positions from the jobs not sent to 24/7  
Positions Sent to App % Ratio of Positions Sent to 24/7 Calculated as: Total Positions Sent to App / Total Positions Created
Note: Above columns consider the job created date based on the date range filter
No of Talent Responses Count of Job Activities (nomination/pipeline  - WorkN Interest Accepted and WorkN Offer Accepted) on those jobs sent to 24/7 Count calculated only on a stage change to any talent of interest accepted or offer accepted in the nomination or pipeline sections that have occurred within the Activity logged date selected on the date range filter
Total Starts Count of placement on total jobs

Counts the unique placements if:

The placement had a “Talent Response” of interest or offer within 60 Days of Placement
OR

The placement had a talent source “Mobile Job Board” at any time
OR

The talent has a web apply source “Mobile Job Board” at any time

Not App related starts would be false if any of the above logic does not meet.
These fields consider the hired date selected on the date filter.

App Related Starts Count of placement that talent started on jobs sent to 24/7
Not App Related Starts Total Starts - App Related Starts
App Related Starts % Ratio of App Related Starts
Calculated as: App Related Starts / Total Starts

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