In the effort of keeping things simple, I want to introduce one of our newest features in SuccessFactors Recruiting which helps recruiters get their jobs done faster, and better than before. In that vein I am going to try my best to stay away from buzzwords in this post.

In May, we released a very helpful feature that puts valuable source reporting data where recruiters need it – within the job requisition. That way, as you fill specific positions you can see the reports right in front of you. Some of the specific features of this include:

  • Layered data: You can put different types of data on top of one another so you get a better picture of what is actually going on. It is like the overhead projectors from your grade/primary school years but fancier and with computers.
  • Trended data: The view of information over time so you can see what is going up and what is going down relative to before – the old adage may apply here: “Those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it” – we don’t want that to happen.
  • Export: Export the data and graphs to show other people, drop into presentations or file away for safe keeping – showing people a chart can be impressive and looks like a bunch of work – no one needs to know it was the click of a button.
  • Table view: See information like a spreadsheet – Less pretty than a graph, but much more functional.
  • Mobile vs desktop: How many people found your job on a mobile device vs a desktop and the source they came from – pretty straight forward.

So what does this mean? You can get your work done faster and easier than before this was released. Instead of flipping back and forth between screens to check on source reporting, the job and all the other things you need to do in order to change how you are marketing a job, you can now do it in one simple interface. Our goal is to reduce “tool time” (sorry, I couldn’t avoid at least one buzzword), which means you do what you need to do faster with greater confidence so you don’t worry about being called out for missing something or get yelled at for spending too much. If we helped to get you a raise or a promotion, we did our job.

Do you think this will help you do stuff faster and better? Share in the comments below!

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