The all jobs summary report provides an overview of all jobs in your organization where you have appropriate permissions. This report is a great way to get a high-level view of your company's current hiring priorities.
At a glance, the all jobs summary will tell you when jobs were opened and closed, who is responsible for each part of the hiring process, and the number of candidates (historical, new, and hired) on each job.
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Generate an all jobs summary report
To generate an all jobs summary report, click the Ellipsis icon on your navigation bar, and select Reports from the dropdown.
From the Reports Overview page, select Essential Reports.
On the Essential Reports page, scroll to the Run Your Own Analysis section and click All Jobs Summary.
If you've added any custom job fields, you'll see them as extra columns on the right side of the report.
Since the all jobs summary has a lot of data, you can also export the report to Excel to perform more complex data analysis.
All jobs summary report filters
Select Filters and more to apply filters to your report.
Under the Job Filter, the all jobs summary can be filtered by Department and Office, as well as specifics Jobs.
The all jobs summary can also be filtered by the job's Open Date.