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Current Pipeline Per Job


The Current Pipeline Per Job report shows the current and/or historical number of candidates in every stage of a job's pipeline. With the report your team can assess the health of a job's pipeline, diagnose any potential bottlenecks, or compare jobs in a single department to find out whether candidates are making it much further through one pipeline than another. In this article, we will cover:


Generate Current Pipeline Per Job

To generate a Current Pipeline Per Job report, click the ellipsis on your navigation bar and select Reports from the dropdown menu. 


From the Reports page, navigate to the Staying on top of Current Recruiting Activity section and click Current Pipeline Per Job.


By default, the Current Pipeline Per Job report will include all jobs where you have at least Job Admin level permissions. The report will display for all jobs included in the report:

  • Requisition ID
  • Department
  • Office
  • All candidates currently in the Stage
  • Total number of candidates to ever be in the Stage



Report Filters

The Current Pipeline Per Job can be filtered by Job, Office, Department, and/or Date applied. Additionally, you can choose to view the report by Stages or by Milestone. For more information about the Now, Ever, Both filter please click here.


For a comprehensive detailed list of candidates for any stage, click the number under the appropriate column.

Note: This feature is currently available when filtering by Stages only. 

If a cell shows 0, that means no candidates are reflected in that stage. If a cell is blank, that means the particular stage in question does not exists on that job.


Now vs Ever Filter

A unique filter to the Current Pipeline Per Job report is the Now, Ever, Both filter. The filter controls whether your report displays the most current data, historical data, or both for a job's pipeline.

Toggle the Now, Ever, Both filter to a desired view and click Apply when finished.


Note: The Ever column on each stage tells you how many candidates have ever been in that stage or any later stage who also applied during the prescribed date range. For example, if you skip a candidate from Application Review all the way to Offer, the report will show that person as having been in every stage in-between.