Definition: Cost-Per-Hire is a key performance indicator that calculates the total expenses incurred during the recruitment process for a single vacancy.

It encapsulates all costs, from sourcing and interviewing candidates to onboarding, reflecting the financial commitment needed to acquire a new employee.

Components of Cost-Per-Hire:



Other Terms :

Capacity Planning   |   Center of Excellence (CoE)   |   Change Management   |   Clocking In and Out   |   Compliance   |   Contingent Worker   |   Continuous Improvement   |   Cost Center   |   Cost Optimization   |   Core vs Non-Core Activities   |   Cost Leakage   |   Cost of Delivery   |   Collaboration During Seconds   |   Collaboration Hours Per Day   |   Client Time Reports   |   Cloud-Based Time Tracking Software

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