Increase in global hiring
Growth in Denver office
Melio's hiring efforts were complex - they needed to increase their growth significantly in two offices, and open a third. Melio created a customized dashboard to ensure that they were hitting their intended KPIs and maintaining their hiring pace. They then shared this with leadership. This allowed the leadership team to align themselves with the status of the initiative, and pinpoint specific areas of where the company needed to put more effort, all without a sync meeting.
DreamTeam enabled all the recruiters, across departments and international offices, to speak a common language: data. When Melio first onboarded with DreamTeam, they built custom templates for each use-case such as high level KPIs, monthly overviews, and more. This allowed each recruiter to duplicate and adjust the template by a specific job and department. Within 2 minutes, the recruiters had valuable insights, and the rest of the leadership and hiring managers were able to get visibility instantly.
Recruiters are now able to learn from each other. They adjust the templates and come across insights that they didn't think of looking at, but that provided a lot of value. They would then add those additional insights to the dashboards, and the cycle would continue with the next recruiter, resulting in a culture of continuous improvement and optimization.
"It's definitely changed and impacted the conversations that we had with them, and still have with them [Hiring managers]."
In order to prevent accidentally ghosting candidates, DreamTeam built the "My tasks" feature. This capability allowed Melio to highlight two important insights: Which candidates are waiting for an action for too long, and which have been in the entire process for too long. This allowed Melio to prioritize these candidates, and make sure that each candidate had a smooth hiring experience.
— The data presented is randomized and does not reflect the actual customer data
All of these capabilities were instrumental in expanding into new regions and growing their current offices. While each office has unique challenges, the lessons are often similar. By looking at the previous successes in Tel Aviv and New York, Melio is able to quantify where they were successful, and repeat it in Denver. No longer did each process need to reinvent the wheel.
Now, once they have enough traction and data in their new offices, they can do a retroactive comparison, such as "by this point in our hiring efforts for NY, we were at X number of candidates, while here, we're at Y." This analysis can help breakdown and highlight unique areas of focus that may not have been relevant previously.