Time to hire is a crucial metric which can uncover the good, the bad and the ugly in your recruitment process.
With the majority of the global workforce encountering an influx of candidates due to reduced opportunities, now more than ever it's imperative that you review your processes to ensure that your time to hire isn't being affected negatively.
There are a number of things that can affect your time to hire, such as:
- The size of your Talent team vs number of applicants
- A reduced general workforce (inclusive of hiring managers) due to Covid-19
- Extensive candidate notice periods
- Restrictions due to Covid-19 (working on site, work from home set up)
These are just some examples that can skew a previously smooth process, so it's important to innovate and think of ways that you can tackle these obstacles.
At CloudRPO, a key feature of our platform is the ability to streamline all of your dealings with recruiters into once place, as well as the option to search for candidates that are pre-qualified - instead of sifting through hundreds of applications.
If you're currently struggling with your time to hire metric, book a call with our team today to learn how we can save you time, money and stress when recruiting.
The time to hire metric remains one of the key performance indicators for hiring teams. You’d be surprised to learn that only 30% of companies are able to fill a role within 30 days. The remaining take anywhere between 1–4 months to make a hire!