Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) can transform how you evaluate your success and how your entire hiring process is performing, from beginning to end. They have entirely remoulded the form of recruitment reporting, making it now easier than ever before to report on the performance of your recruitment campaigns. With an ATS, employers now have the ability to identify where valuable time is being wasted on recruitment spend and where it could be better used to generate greater and more meaningful results.
Therefore, it is crucial that recruiters are aware of exactly what types of reporting they should expect from an ATS. With numerous reports available, Webrecruit Ireland highlights four key reporting values of an ATS, and how they can aid your recruitment efforts.
1. Agency usage report
An agency usage report allows in-house recruitment teams to drive down the percentage of roles that are handled by agencies.
2. Cost per-hire
An ATS makes it easy to insert that all important financial information that impacts, or rather impedes, upon your recruitment process. This allows HR teams to track and produce instant reports on cost-per-hire.
3. Source of application
Understanding where candidates heard about your role can be invaluable to your recruitment planning process. Being able to track and report on this, in a few effortless clicks, can ensure you know for certain which platforms to focus your recruitment drive in the future, and which aren’t making the cut.
4. Vacancy report
Managing numerous vacancies, for several hiring managers can be a highly demanding process for in-house recruiter teams. Vacancy reporting alleviates this troublesome task, as the recruiter can easily get their hands on a snapshot overview report and instantly learn what stage each role is currently at.
With a comprehensive suite of reports built to your specifications, plus the ability to build your own additional reports, Webrecruit Ireland’s recruitment software solution – Fusion Plus – is an ATS designed to enhance and benefit your HR team.
Want to see it in action for yourself? Call us our Dublin office on 1890 67 80 80 or our Belfast office on 028 90 80 20 30 and request a demo today.
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