A candidate survey is a defined set of feedback questions that a candidate can submit anonymously about a completed interview process. In aggregate, candidate surveys can help your organization assess your recruiting efforts and ensure all your candidates leave with a positive impression of your business. Additionally, by collecting consistent data and actual quotes from candidates, it is possible to point to real evidence that shows how resistance to participation in the hiring process is holding the organization back from being awesome at hiring.
To generate a Candidate Survey report, click the ellipsis on your navigation bar and select Reports from the dropdown menu.
From the Reports page, navigate to the Share Progress with Executives section and click Candidate Surveys.
The total number and percentage of surveys completed represents the total number of candidate surveys completed for offices/departments selected for all time (e.g. changing your date range will not change this total). This total is irrespective of the date range filter because Greenhouse does not collect "date sent" data for candidate surveys in order to maintain anonymous survey responses.
Candidate Survey comments/notes are not viewable from this page. In order to view candidate survey comments/notes, click the Export to Excel icon.
A spreadsheet of the report will be downloaded onto your computer with the accompanying comments/notes.
The Interviewing Activity per Job report can be filtered by Department, Office, and/or a specific date range for when a candidate survey was submitted.
Note: While using the date range filter will not change the total number and percentage of surveys completed, the results in the report will reflect the data of candidate surveys sent within your selected date range.
Apply any desired filters using the filter panel and click Apply to repopulate the report.