What is the Current Pipeline Per Job report? How do I use it?

The quirky second cousin to the Pipeline History and Pass Through Rates report, Current Pipeline Per Job shows your jobs, their stages, the number of candidates currently in each stage, and the total number who have ever made it there. You can use it to find bottlenecks in a particular job or compare jobs in a single department to find out whether candidates are making it much further through one pipeline than another. 

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. If you skip a candidate from application review all the way to offer, this report will show that person as having been in every stage in-between. 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.


How can this report be filtered?

The Pipeline Per Job report can be filtered by Department and Office (located right next to your company name), as well as Job and Date Applied. You can also click the blue numbers in each column to see the candidates associated with each field.

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    Chelsea Tam

    This is a great tool. I have a couple of suggestions to make it more user friendly:

    1. Have the option to only see certain fields (Like how you are able to sort candidates):
    2. For example: being able to delete fields (I won't need "Ever" for reporting purposes)
    3. Being able to expand fields (expanding the blue numbers to show candidates directly as a list on the same page, rather than going to a new page with the list of candidates... this would help have a screenshot of the entire funnel)
    4. Being able to choosing only specific stages to show (ex: removing application review if you are only concerned with people in the interview stages and offer)
    5. I also noticed that exporting to excel only gives you the numbers (instead of the candidate names as well). All the candidates are lost in this data dump because you have to click on the numbers separately to open a new window
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    Hi Chelsea!

    I will bring these ideas up with the product team and see what they think! Generally, this is a level of interaction with the reports that just doesn't exist at the moment, but there may be some things we can work in as we refine and make changes to the system.

    If you're interested in more custom reporting, we're about to roll out a new product called Greenhouse Analytics that offers an additional level of control in how you manipulate and arrange your data. Feel free to reach out to your account manager if you'd like more information about it!

    Please let us know if you have any other questions or suggestions!


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    Beth Sallomi

    It would be great to be able to see the candidate source by job as well - I have been through all of the reports, and I don't see one where you can get a list of the jobs and then columns across with numbers of candidates by source...does that exist?