tomHRM allows you to customize candidate sources. As a result, you can monitor the effectiveness of recruitment channels and see which sources provide the most suitable candidates.
Setting custom candidate sources
- You can set the general settings for candidate sources for all recruitment jobs in Settings > Settings > Recruitments > Sources.
- You can enter any number of candidate source names.
Monitoring candidate sources
In the Dashboard tab in a given recruitment job, there is the Referral links section, where you can generate links directing to the job offer or application form in the specified language version. When creating a link, you have to specify the candidate source corresponding to where the link will be published in the future:
As a result, each link will be associated with a specific source, and the system can later recognise and count the sources from which individual candidates have been hired.
Filling out candidate sources manually
If automatic candidate source monitoring has not been enabled for any reason, a recruiter can manually enter the information about how a given candidate has been hired:
- During or after the creation of a candidate profile, in Recruitments > Candidates > three-dots menu on the right > Edit >Candidate source section.
- The administrator can select from all available sources that have been set in general settings (regardless of where a given offer has been actually published).
- Manually: the candidate source can be set at any time.
Hiring efficiency KPI report
A hiring efficiency report for a single job offer is presented as a pie chart with the number of applications in the job offer description (Recruitments > Jobs > selected job > Dashboard) on the left side of the screen. The chart shows only those sources that at least one candidate has been hired from.
A collective report on the effectiveness of individual candidate sources is available as a Hiring efficiency report in Recruitments > Reports. It shows detailed data on recruitment stages depending on candidate sources. The data allow you to analyse the effectiveness of these sources.