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Introduction to Reports
Introduction to Reports

Extensive detailed reports can be generated in Recruitly, For details on each report refer to this help guide.

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We have provided concise descriptions for each report available in Recruitly to aid your understanding.

ATS Report:

  1. Candidates by Status: Filters candidates with regard to their status. For example, a candidate can be Actively Looking, Not Looking, or Confidentially Looking (as created by you).

  2. Candidates by Source: Filters candidates with regards to the medium through which they applied for the job (Facebook, LinkedIn, Google, Website, etc).

  3. Candidates by Availability: Filters candidates with regards to the joining feasibility of the candidates. This includes the notice period and how soon a candidate can join a new job.

  4. Candidates by Job Type: Filters candidates with regards to the type of employment like Permanent, Temporary, or Contract.

  5. Candidates by License: Filters candidates with regards to the candidate having a driver’s license.

  6. Candidates by Nationality: Filters candidates with regards to the candidate's Nationality.

  7. Candidates by Rating: Filters candidates with regards to the recruiter rating of the candidate on a scale of 5 (star rating).

  8. Candidates by Sector: Filters candidates with regards to the industry they belong to for example Aerospace, Engineering, HR, Accounting, etc.

  9. Candidates by Referral: Filters candidates with respect to the referrals if they have (if any).

  10. Job Applications: View all candidates who applied for various positions by filtering applications based on job titles. For instance, filter applications for all jobs or a specific role like "Business Development" to see applicants for that role.

  11. Jobs by Application Status: This shows the number of candidates with respect to stages of the job application, such as Pending, Reviewed, or Rejected.

  12. Job view Stats: This shows the number of candidates with respect to the medium through which they applied and for what role.

  13. Jobs by Sector: This provides information on the number of job openings per sector. For example, 4 openings in accounting, etc.

  14. Jobs by Status: This provides the status of the opening. For example, if the job is still open, closed, or currently on hold.

  15. Jobs by Job Level: This provides the experience level of the job openings. For example, entry-level, mid-level, and senior-level jobs.

  16. Jobs by Location: This provides the job details as per the location of the job.

  17. Jobs by Commission: This provides information about the commission generated by individual recruiters.

  18. Jobs by Job Type: Filters jobs with regards to the type of employment – Permanent, Temporary, or Contract.

  19. Job Activity: This feature allows you to filter jobs based on various criteria, including job status, companies, job role, pipeline stage, sub-status, reject reason, date range, and candidate status. It provides detailed and filtered information on job activity. Additionally, selecting the "Cumulative" checkbox displays the total number of candidates, including those no longer in the current pipeline.

  20. Job Performance: This report provides information on various aspects of a job's lifecycle, including its creation date, interview-to-offer ratio, days to offer, and more.

  21. Job No Activity: This report displays all job openings that had no activity within a specific date range, along with additional filters such as job status and creation date.

  22. Job Pipeline: This report displays the pipeline and sub-status of each job, along with the cumulative count and value.

  23. Job Pipeline by Source: This report provides information about the sources from which various applications have been received for the respective pipelines.

  24. Job Advert: This report displays the job boards where all the job adverts are posted.

  25. Job Placement Time: This report illustrates the average days to place a job and the number of placements made within the same time period.

  26. Placement Value: This report provides the count and value of the placements, along with the commission associated with each office location.

  27. Placements by Company: This report displays the placements made for specific companies.

  28. Placements by Job Level: This report illustrates the distribution of placements based on job levels, such as Associate, Internship, C-Suite, and others.

  29. Placements by Job Type: This report displays the distribution of placements based on the type of employment, such as Permanent, Temporary, Contract, etc.

  30. Placements by Location: This report illustrates the distribution of placements based on the location of the jobs.

  31. Placements by Sector: This report displays the distribution of placements categorized by sector/industry, including Accounting, Administration, Engineering, etc.

  32. New Starters: This report presents a list of all the new starters for different jobs, along with the candidate's information.

  33. Placement Costs: This report shows the cost incurred for creating the Placements.

CRM Reports:

  1. Lead by Status: This report displays the current statuses of all the leads in your database, such as Converted, Open, Closed, etc.

  2. Lead by Source: This report displays the sources of all the leads in your database, such as LinkedIn, Website, Word of Mouth, etc.

  3. Lead Conversion Rate: This report demonstrates the leads that recruiters successfully converted into an Opportunity or a Contact. Additionally, it highlights the value that the Lead has contributed to the company through Deals.

  4. Opportunity Conversion Rate: This report illustrates the Opportunities that were effectively converted into a Job. It also presents the value associated with each Opportunity.

  5. Companies by Type: This report displays the various types of companies categorized on your account. Examples include Private Companies, NGOs, Software Companies, and more.

  6. Companies by No Activity: This report presents companies with which you have had no interactions within a specified date range. For instance, selecting the activity type "Email" for the last 6 months will display companies to whom you haven't sent an email.

  7. Companies by Sector: This report categorizes companies based on various sectors defined in your account, such as Accounting, SaaS, Banking, etc.

  8. Companies by Industry: This report categorizes companies based on various industries defined in your account, such as FMCG, Electronics, Automobile, etc.

Marketing Reports:

  1. Campaign Summary: This report shows you the summary of all the campaigns in the selected date range and how they fared using a bar graph.

  2. Top Performing Campaigns: Just like the Campaign Summary, this shows the performance of the campaigns using a bar graph. The only difference is that this report shows only the top-performing campaigns in the selected date range.

  3. List Performance: List performance shows how your lists performed in the selected date range e.g., Spanish List performed better than French List. This is to churn out non-performing lists.

User Reports:

  1. Activity by User: Selecting a date range would show you all the activities of a user e.g., Adding a candidate, placing a candidate, adding a Job, scheduling an interview, etc.

  2. Email Read Recipient: This report shows you all the emails that a particular user has sent and the read receipt time of the record that they sent the email. Tapping on the count would expose more information like the record name, the subject line of the email, the date, etc.

  3. Notes by User: This report lets you see the number of notes that a user has left based on the Activity Type e.g., Recruiter X in 1 month has left 20 “Call” type notes.

    If you want to find a specific note by a specific user, please click on the below button and search for the note using the search option.

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