Staffing metrics are any of the methods to determine and analyze quantitative values associated with staffing. The most common staffing metric is costs associated with recruitment and hiring, but turnaround and retention are two other frequently used metrics. An organization may also track the passage of time between when a job position becomes advertised and is finally filled. Other staffing metrics include recruiter workload, market activity and number of unfilled positions. These metrics often help an organization determine when to hire more workers and if their staffing methods have been successful. Terms relating to staffing metrics include hiring metrics and staffing costs.
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