Stay on top of all the most important Human Resources data.
Human resource managers have a lot of data that they have to track and stabalize. With their perview covering employee statistics, performance and legal issues, and leadership development, it can be difficult to stay on top of everything. These HR Metrics and KPIs give you valuable insight into your data and help to ensure that no one is left in the dark.
Ethnic Diversity Ratio
Track the diversity of your company’s workforce.
Measure the ratio of male to female employees in your company.
Span of Control
Monitor the number of subordinates working under a manager.
Track the size of your company or department.
Applications Received per Vacancy
Track the popularity of your job vacancy postings.
Signing Bonus Expense
Measure the average size of the signing bonus for all new hires.
Recruiter to Open Requisitions Ratio
Measure the ratio of recruiters to open job positions waiting to be filled.
Open Job Requisitions
Monitor the number of open positions within your company.
Job Offer Acceptance Rate
Measure the rate at which job offers are accepted by prospective employees.
Cost per Hire
Measure how much it costs for a single hire.