Visual Insights: Postings dashboard

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The Postings dashboard provides you with a holistic view into the status of all the postings in your LeverTRM environment. The Postings dashboard is useful for assessing the volume and productivity of postings contributing to the top of your talent funnel as well as how the ownership of postings is distributed across your recruitment team. Readers of this article will learn about:

As you are reading, refer to our LeverTRM Glossary for definitions of the key terms and concepts used in this article.

Accessing the Postings dashboard

To access the Postings dashboard:

  • Navigate to Reports and click the Preview Visual Insights button.

Close up of arrow pointing to Preview Visual Insights button at the top of reports menu.

  • Click the bar graph icon in the left-side navigation.
  • Select Postings from the dashboard list.

Metrics

Metrics on the Postings dashboard are visualized in different types of charts. Below, you will find a description of each chart and how its metrics are calculated. Note that each metric listed is sensitive to the values in the filters above the dashboard. Also keep in mind that data associated with confidential job postings is excluded from the charts. You can export the data from any chart by hovering over the top-right corner, clicking the ⠇icon, and selecting Download data.

Filters can be be mixed-and-matched to hone in on specific data sets on any given dashboard. Once you have selected or input values to the filters, you must click the ⟳ button to apply the filters to the data on the dashboard. It may take a few seconds for the dashboard to refresh with your applied filters. For a more detailed description of how filters work in Visual Insights, refer to our help article on dashboard filters.

 

The colors used on all Visual Insights charts are ADA compliant for red, green, and blue color blindness as well as monochromacy.

Single value charts

These metrics can be found in the tiles arranged in the upper-left of the Postings dashboard.

Single value charts on the Postings dashboard

Active postings The count of active (i.e. externally and/or internally published) postings as of the end of the date range.
Internal postings The count of active internal-only postings as of the end of the date range. Postings created before the start of the date range are included in the count.

Tables

These tables can be found in the upper-right of the Postings dashboard.

Longest open postings and Most active postings tables on the Postings dashboard

Longest open postings Open postings arranged in order of longest number of days open. Calculated as the number of days between most recent date the posting was published and the end of the date range. Postings created before the start of the date range are included in the count.
Most active postings Postings arranged in order of largest number of associated opportunities as of the end of the date range.

A table containing All postings can also be found at the bottom of the Postings dashboard, showing details of all postings created within date range, consisting of:

    • Posting title
    • Department/Team
    • Location
    • Hiring Manager
    • Posting Owner
    • Days open
    • Closed date (if applicable)
    • Number of associated opportunities
    • Number of associated opportunities archived (incl. hired)
    • Percentage of associated opportunities hired
    • Average number of days to hire
    • Status (Draft, Pending, Rejected, Unlisted, Published, or Closed) as of end of date range
    • Posting ID

Postings by status

This chart shows you the state of all postings created after a specific point in time.

Postings by status bar chart

Chart type Bar chart
Data set Postings as of end of date range
Grouped by Status (Draft, Pending, Rejected, Unlisted, Published, or Closed)1
Unit of measure Count
Revealed on hover Status and posting count
 
  • (1) Postings are only counted as 'Closed' if closed after the start of the date range.

Posting events over time

This chart shows shows you the volume of postings created relative to the volume postings closed in a given time period.

Posting events over time column chart

Chart type Stacked column chart
Data set Postings created and/or closed within the date range1
Primary grouping Date interval (week or month as per Date interval filter)
Secondary grouping Creation or close event
Unit of measure Count
Revealed on hover Date interval and number of postings created/closed
 
  • (1) A posting will be counted twice if it was both created and closed within the date range

Time in stages for hires

This chart allows you to gauge how long it takes to hire candidates for different postings broken down by the average amount of time hired opportunities spent in each stage. Use this chart to identify potential bottlenecks in your pipeline that could be slowing down your time to hire. Note that this chart is affected by how the time to hire calculation has been configured for your Lever environment. To learn more, refer to our help article on configuring time to hire.

Time in stage for hires chart

Chart type Stacked bar chart
Data set Opportunities created and hired within the date range
Primary grouping Posting1
Secondary grouping Stage
Unit of measure Number of days
Revealed on hover Posting, stage, and average number of days
 
  • (1) Can show results for up to 25 postings based on opportunity volume. Postings outside of the top 25 can be revealed by applying additional filters.

Postings by owner

This chart allows to you assess the volume and statuses of postings created by your recruitment team.

Postings by owner bar chart

Chart type Stacked bar chart
Data set Postings as of end of date range
Primary grouping Posting owner1
Secondary grouping Status (Draft, Pending, Rejected, Unlisted, Published, or Closed)
Unit of measure Count
Revealed on hover Posting owner, status, and count
 
  • (1) Can show results for up to 25 posting owners based on posting volume. Posting owners outside of the top 25 can be revealed by applying additional filters.

 

Click the colored dots along the bottom of multi-value charts to add or remove groups from the visualization. Hold the Alt key (or the Option key on a Mac) when clicking a dot to filter for that group only.
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