Data-driven approaches are one of the major factors that streamline the hiring process with efficiency. It helps recruiters to get insight into candidates’ skills, experience and qualifications that reduce the time and cost associated with interview rounds. If you consider getting a huge volume of data, it’s always important to evaluate, analyse and interpret the data in an effective way. you need to look up some data sources and use data metrics to identify Whether your job advertisements and recruiting strategies work well or not. Data-Driven recruitment is all about analysing data, interpreting them, making objective decisions and using it for further steps. It gives you the complete picture of considering qualified candidates per hire. In this blog, we are going to shed light on some data sources that are effective in the recruitment process.

Data sources used  in Recruitment

Job boards

When it comes to incorporating an effective hiring process, the job board takes the power. It creates a platform where the recruiting managers can be more responsive in providing career development opportunities to the candidates. It also gives knowledge about the organisation’s culture, business process, role and responsibilities of the job so that candidates can get an idea about the company before applying. Apart from that, the premium technologies in the job boards help to get access to use analytics and give outputs to optimise recruitment strategies. Some job boards are also synched with ATS which helps to eradicate irrelevant applications.

ATS(Application tracking software)

ATS  or the applicant tracking system is the pivotal part of your hiring process that streamlines each phase of recruiting with efficiency. It makes it easier for recruiters to collect data and organise that information as well. It also helps to track candidates throughout their journey.  It reduces time and cost, accelerates the resume screening process that speeds up the whole” recruitment cycle”.

CRM is also one of the major parts of recruiting that enhances candidates’ experience and increases their engagement at the same time.

Pre-assessment tools

Pre-assessment tests are designed to evaluate the skills, and characteristic traits of employees to see whether they are fit for the organisational culture, values or responsibilities. It’s more of an analysis of their personality rather than checking their technical knowledge. Assessment tools come with cognitive ability testing, virtual interview, culture fit assignment, personality questions, and test language proficiency. Some pre-assessment tools are OutMatch, I mocha, e skill, and Harvard. Pre-assessment tools are the major components of talent acquisition that allow organizations to build a talent pool with top talents.

Human resource information system(HRIS)

A human resource information system helps to track the employees and get data regarding the cost, performance, attrition rates, and turnover rates that give the company an idea of efficient employees contributing to the targeted goals.

BI tools

BI tools or business intelligence tools are also used in data analysis and visualisation that can be helpful for your recruiting team to make a data-driven decision. Recruitment BI  solution of recruitment strategies is reflected in the recruitment dashboard.


Published On: August 23rd, 2022 / Categories: Uncategorized /

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