Campaigns are a great way to organize your marketing efforts and keep track of how you've publicized your jobs externally. But after setting up your campaigns, how do you determine which sources are goldmines and which ones are black holes, sucking up cash but never sending back any candidates - or even worse, sending back terrible ones!
The Candidate Quality by Campaign report separates all your candidates by their unique campaign and assigns each one a Quality %, which is computed by looking at the average distance a candidates travel through the pipeline. If every candidate was hired, it would be 100%. If every candidate was rejected in the first stage, it would be 0%. Let's say candidate Jane is referred by one of your employees. She has a pretty strong background, so she makes it through 5 of your 7 stages. If she was the only person referred by that employee, your Quality % for that row would be 5/7, or roughly 71%.
How can this report be filtered?
The Candidates Quality by Campaign report can be filtered by Department and Office (located right next to your company name), as well as Job and Date Applied.