Recruitment glossary

What is Behavioural Risk Management?

Behavioural Risk Management refers to mitigating risks that arise due to employee and organisation behavior. Individual risks involve the behaviours of employees and managerss and how the decisions they make and the actions they take may open the business up to risk. Organisational behaviour is collective behaviours taken by the organisation which could increase risk.


Application management
What is Time to Fill?

Time to Fill is a metric used to measure the number of days it takes from a job requisition being …

Insights and reporting
What are Recruiting Metrics?

Recruiting metrics is a term used to refer to those measures an agency uses to determine hiring success and is …

Application management
What is Recruiting Automation?

Recruiting Automation allows companies to automate recruiting tasks and workflows so to increase recruiter productivity, accelerate time-to-fill, reduce cost-per-hire and …

Insights and reporting
What is Recruiter Performance?

Recruiter Performance is indicated by the time taken to hire suitable candidates, including the measure of the recruiter’s efficiency in …

Communications
What is Knowledge Mapping?

Knowledge mapping presents a visual representation of what knowledge resides where and for demonstrating the patterns of knowledge flow.

Compliance
What are Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)?

A Key Performance Indicator, or KPI, is a formative component of an employee’s role that must be executed well in …

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