How Do You Measure And Report On Cost-Per-Hire Data?

ATC Events is calling on HR professionals in Australia and New Zealand to participate in our 2015 study on Cost-Per-Hire. This study will look at how Acquisition Functions in our region  measure and report on their Cost-Per-Hire data, in relation to permanent hires. Information collected in the survey will be compiled into a report which we will share in June.
As with most metrics, Cost Per Hire should not be the overriding measure, but it shouldn’t be sidelined either.  Cost always matters – that’s why the ‘bottom line’ is the ‘bottom line’. In this survey we want to know how meaningful Cost Per Hire is to you, and how it relates to determining the effectiveness of your Internal Recruitment Function. Is it really important on an ongoing basis?  Do your stake holders really care and is the measure really valid?  If so what stakeholder cares and how do they use this information?
This survey should take no more than 5 minutes to complete.
If you wish to receive the final report, please provide your email address in your response to question one. All individual responses will be kept confidential.
P.S  If you missed our CPH webinar with Chris McDonald, Managing Director for Australia at Indeed and Duncan MacKay, National Manager Recruiting & Resources at Superpartners, a recording of this presentation can be found here.
In this webinar Chris and Duncan examined the relevance of measuring cost per hire in 2015, how it may be used, improved and reported on.
How Meaningful is Cost Per Hire

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