The candidate has formally started employment with the organization. Typically the count of employees who have joined the organization is tracked on a month to month basis.
The total recruiting costs divided by the recruiting stage (Applicant, evaluated, interviewed, offered, unwanted, yes – accepted offer)
An attribution model where all touch points with the candidate prove to be significant, where as time goes on the interest of the candidate is more significant than the touch points in the recruiting workflow.
An attribution model where the first and last touch point with the candidate prove to be the most significant in the recruiting workflow.
An attribution model where each touch point with the candidate is equally significant in the recruiting workflow.