Cost Per Hire, Internal (CPHI)

7.1 Form ula Defini tion
The CPHI metric is designed to measure the costs associated with the sourcing,
recruiting, and staffing activities borne by an employer to fill an open position in
the organization. CPH is a ratio of the total dollars expended (in both external and
internal costs) to the total number of hires in a specified time period. The CPHI
formula may be used by any organization that wishes to measure cost-per-hire using
a standard methodology. This measure does not require all organizations that adopt
it to include a specific set of external or internal costs in order to measure cost-perhire.
Different organizations may require different cost factors internally to operate
their business.

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