Once you have hired someone for your job, you may want to review your hiring funnel to see if candidates from each protected class are progressing through your hiring funnel at similar rates. For example, do a similar percentage of males and females pass each stage of our hiring process? You can now review these data in our Adverse Impact Reports.
Once you have hired a candidate or closed your job, you can access your Adverse Impact Report. You can do this by clicking on the three dots to the right of your job and selecting View AI Report:
On the View Charts tab of this report, you will see five demographic groupings down the left: Ethnicity, Gender, Disabled, Veteran, and Age. These correspond to the five demographics questions we ask all candidates.
Across the top, you will see seven stages corresponding to the stages of the application process: Applied, Qualification, Work Styles, Homework, Interview, Revealed, and Hired. Reading from the first row, you will see that 211 White candidates Applied for a job, 98 of those 211 passed Qualifications, 51 of those 98 passed Work Styles, 25 passed Homework, 14 passed the Interview, 9 had their contact information Revealed, and 6 were Hired.
At the bottom of the column, you'll see a pie chart with the demographic breakdown for each group, summarizing the data in the column above it. The colors in the pie chart correspond to the colors next to the demographic category on the left. You may hover your cursor over any slice of that pie for additional information. (Note that candidates who chose not to report their demographic information are not included in the pie charts.)
So What Does This Tell Me?
This report has a rich set of information that allows you to monitor pass rates at different stages of your hiring process. If the pie charts look pretty similar at each stage, that would indicate that candidates from each demographic category are being selected at similar rates - this is good and promotes diversity. If you see the pie slice for a particular demographic category getting significantly bigger at a new stage, you might want to investigate to see if there is some barrier preventing candidates from other demographic categories from progressing.
In many respects, you could consider this your diversity dashboard.