Please note: The information in this article refers to default dashboards that are not customized. Your custom dashboards may be different.
The main dashboard
The KPI hub displays high-level metrics in a single dashboard so you can see your key metrics at a glance. The dropdowns on the left allow you filter by date, requisition, team, location, owner or hiring manager. When updating these filters, all metrics on the page will be filtered by the selected parameters.
The large metric displays the sum of open headcount based on requisitions as of the end date in the filter. Total positions reflects the headcount that was opened during the selected timeframe. The positions filled metric is calculated by dividing the number of hires made against requisitions by the total headcount.
Avg time to fill
The large metric displays how long it took on average to close out a requisition. Average days to hire is a measurement of how long it took to hire candidates that were hired during the selected timeframe. Average requisition approval is a measurement of how long it took for requisitions to get approved after they were created. If you do not use approvals, this number may be blank.
This metric shows how many hires were made during the specified time frame. The other metrics tell us how many offers are currently active that were opened during the specified time frame. The acceptance rate shows a percentage of how many offers were accepted during the specified timeframe for offers that were created during the specified time frame.
From this metric, we can see the percentage of candidates that reached a screen stage that also reached and interview stage. Stages are defined as "screen" or "interview" during implementation. Total leads shows how many leads were created during the specified timeframe. The number of candidates in screening shows how many of the candidates that were created during the specified timeframe that are currently in a screen stage.
This metric tells us how many interview panels were completed during the specified time frame. Of the interview panels created during this time frame, the "Upcoming" metric shows how many are still scheduled to happen. Onsites shows how many interview panels were completed or scheduled during the specified timeframe.
Candidate in progress
This metric tells us how many candidates are active in our pipeline and created during the specified timeframe. The ratios show us the load on profile owners and hiring managers. It divides the number of candidates in progress by the number of profile owners or hiring managers associated with those candidates.