How can I analyze the number of interviews conducted and the outcome of those interviews?

Overview

Part 1: Summary totals

Part 2: Essential Statistics

Part 3: Filter


 

Overview

Curious about how many interviews your team has completed in the past week? How many candidates came on-site for interviews for the Backend Engineer role last quarter? Now you can answer these questions and many more through Lever’s real-time Interviews report.

Within this new report, you have the ability to customize everything, see underlying candidate data, build reports in real-time, and download your data with one click.

Here are some example questions that you can answer using the Interviews report:

  • How many candidates have been interviewed on-site over the past week?
  • How many phone screens were conducted yesterday?
  • What percentage of candidates who went through recruiter phone screens over the past month received positive scores?
  • How many interview panels and interview events took place for the on-site interview stage within the past quarter? What percentage of these interviews received positive / negative scores?
  • For what percent of interviews does Amy leave positive scores? 

 


Part 1: Summary totals

The summary totals at the top of the report includes:

  • Interview panels: Each set of interviews in a single day for one candidate is counted as an interview panel. For example, a candidate may go through several interviews during the on-site visit. These interviews are counted as one interview panel.
  • Interview events: Each interview conducted within a given time period is counted as an "interview event".
  • Positive scores: The percentage of completed feedback forms that have a positive score.
    • Note: One thumb up, two thumbs up, a score of a 3, and a score of a 4 are all considered positive scores.


 

Part 2: Essential Statistics

The numbers embedded within the Interviews report run much deeper than those provided in the summary totals. These numbers provide insight into how interviews fared within individual pipeline stages.

And clicking on any of these numbers will take you right to the candidates represented by these data.

 

You can click on any of the fields in this candidate list (Feedback Form, Name, Time, Stage, Score, etc.) to sort candidates by this field.


Part 3: Filter

You have the ability to customize everything in the Interviews report: the filter provides you with the ability to narrow down your reports by criteria including job posting, team, candidate owner, interviewer, scheduler, status, origin, source, and tag. And you can even enter multiple items in each filter field!

When you’re ready to download the report that you’ve just created, click on "Export to spreadsheet" in the upper right corner to download a spreadsheet of the report you've just configured (note that only Super Admins are allowed to export reports data). Be advised that this export includes considerations, while the report numbers show candidates -- so the number of rows in the export will be greater than the numbers of candidates.

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