The difference between time-to-hire and time-to-fill

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Time-to-hire and time-to-fill refer to two areas of recruitment and retention that are within your control. Because of this, they’re invaluable metrics. And while both vary from company to company and industry to industry, they can give you essential insights into how you might improve and optimize your recruitment processes. This can help improve the candidate experience—and ensure you’re able to hire the talent you want within a reasonable timeframe.

Time-to-hire and time-to-fill are both recruitment metrics used by HR—but they’re not the same. While time-to-hire is about the recruitment experience, time-to-fill speaks to organizational politics and needs. While

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