The identified origin of candidates who applied for a particular requisition or position that is actively accepting candidates. The origin is marked using machine identification, system identification, recruiter identification, or candidate identification. In most cases, whatever the origin at the application stage is what remains through all other stages. Occasionally the candidate updates through the recruiting process (but rare).
The number of calendar days that have elapsed from the application date until the the candidate is submitted to the hiring manager for further review
The rate in which employees and or contractors leave the active workforce.
CNT([HRIS.Employee.Exit_Date] <> EMPTY) / CNT([HRIS.Employee.Exit_Date] = EMPTY)
The percentage of requisitions that have been successfully opened but whose efforts, for one reason or another, have been permanently stopped and no hire is made
CNT([IF Posted.Date <> EMPTY AND DATEDIFF([Cancelled.Date] – [Posted.Date ]) > 30])
Doughnut charts present proportions of a whole through slices of a doughnut shaped graphic It is just a pie chart with the center missing. This type of chart can contain multiple series, represented as doughnuts arranged inside one another.
Sosulski, Kristen. Data Visualization Made Simple (p. 50). Taylor and Francis. Kindle Edition.