When first logging in, the initial page the recruiter is brought to is the “Recruiter Dashboard”. At the top of the page, the first area the recruiter will notice are the tabs:
From here, you can click any of these tabs and go directly to these sections.
The section directly below this is the “My Task” area. This is where you can see all of the positions you have been assigned as a recruiter:
The recruiter has the ability to search for a specific task from the search bar at the top, or expand the individual positions to see the breakdown of each one:
In this section, the recruiter has the ability to select an individual position and view the progress of that individual position in the following section.
The “Sourced Candidates” section shows the recruiter where and how many candidates are, in regards to the position selected in the “My Task” section:
Each tab in this section can be clicked on and will list the candidates in those respective “buckets”.
- “My Candidates”- These are the candidates that the recruiter who is logged in has entered into Hire Gate for this specific position.
- “Sourced Candidates”- These are all of the candidates that have been entered for this position by all parties attached to the requisition.
- “Unscreened Candidates”- These are all of the candidates that have been reached out to but no connection was made.
- “Screened Candidates”-These are candidates where a connection has been made, but have not been fully qualified (i.e. “Pending Application” or “Skills”).
- “Qualified Candidates”- These candidates have met the criteria to be submitted, but have yet to be sent.
- “Submitted to HM”- These are candidates that have been fully qualified and have been sent to the Hiring Manager.
- “HM Selected for Interview”- These are the candidates that have been selected for interview by the HM and the proper update has been added to their profile.
- “Offered Candidates”- These are the candidates that have been offered and properly updated in their profile.
- “Hired Candidates”- These are the candidates that have been hired and given a start date in their profile.
- “Not Qualified Candidates”- These are the candidates who, after the interview, were deemed “Not Qualified” by the Hiring Manager.
- “Withdrawn Candidates”- These are the candidates who have taken themselves out of consideration for the position.
The tabs are color coded to show who owns the step in the process. Purple indicates the recruiter while green is the designation for the Hiring Manager.
Below the tabs is the list of the candidates in that particular step in the process. By clicking on the pencil icon, the recruiter has the ability to edit the candidate:
The “Total Requisition Activity” section gives additional information on the selected position:
- “Target Submittal”- The amount of candidates the recruiter needs to submit to the Hiring Manager for the selected position.
- “Total Sourced Candidates”- The total number of candidates entered into Hire Gate by the recruiter.
- “Total Screened”- The total number of candidates who have been screened for the selected position.
- “Total Qualified”- The total number of candidates who have been qualified by the recruiter for the selected position.
- “Total Submitted”- The total number of candidates that have been submitted to the Hiring Manager for the selected position by the recruiter.
- “Total HM Interviewed”- The number of candidates that the Hiring Manager has selected to interview.
- “Total Offered”- The total number of candidates that have been extended an offer after the interview.
- “Interview to Offer %”- The percent of offers made versus interviews conducted.
The “Graphs” section illustrates a bar graph with information of the selected requisition:
Note: If there is not a requisition selected, there will be graphs for every requisition that the recruiter has activity on.
There is also a line graph that can be filtered to reflect different individual requisitions and candidate statuses:
By clicking the three bars icon, you have the ability to export the graph information to multiple formats: