Live analysis of open jobs

Track recruitment data analytics for better hiring strategies

Open-Jobs Analysis

Open-jobs analysis shows the real-time performance of recently floated positions. It draws analytics for similar open positions across the industry, to work as a benchmark for your recruiting performance. Metrics like average closing time, hiring volumes and hiring locations help keep track of competing organizations. It sets the field for dynamic, cost-effective recruiting strategies that produce quality talent. Open jobs analysis helps measure the efficiency of individual recruiters or recruiting partners. This feature comes equipped with a strategy-builder option that corrects the course of hard-to-fill jobs. Talismatic offers easy coupling options with internal hr analytics software to produce more detailed people analytics.

Get a visual representation of hiring performance

Benchmark hiring statistics against competitors

Identify and create a strategy for under-performing jobs

Easily compatible with any hr analytics software

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