This article includes common reports based on the Interview Schedules templates, organized by Handshake! You can click these links and they will show you the results for your school.
Please note: you will need both Analytics: Access and Manage in order to access these reports. If you do not have these roles, please reach out to your Career Services internal point of contact to request access.
Reminder: Analytics data will uploads each night and is available for reporting the following day.
After clicking the below links, to further customize the report for your school, click Duplicate Report in the upper-right corner of the screen. After duplicating, add any additional desired filters to better scope results. Remember to save your newly created custom report when you're finished, if you'd like to use it later!
Non Room Only Interview Schedule Checkins: List of non room only interview schedule checkins over the past year
Interview Schedule Count by Employer: Count of interview schedules by employer and type over the past year
Reports using legacy reporting links
The below reports were built using our legacy reporting system, so they are not saved in Handshake. If you'd like to save the report, click Save Report in the upper-right corner, then fill out the Report Name (title the same as we did in this article if you like!), Description (optional), and Sharing settings.
Interview schedule popular weeks: this is interview schedule count
Employer room count per interview schedule: this is looking at the number of rooms assigned to each slot on the schedule
Percent of slots taken: take a look at the interview schedules with a low percentage of slots taken and see what you can do to get those filled. This is also filtering out any slots marked as unavailable, and filter on interview date is in the future to see which schedules can have more students added!
Primary and alternate candidates on an interview schedule and total slots: use this to tell how many more candidates can be selected as primary and alternate candidates. Note: this only applies to pre select schedules.
Which interviews are the most popular with students?