FAQ's: How Our System Works for Data Extraction on Site Statistics
The site's induction number refers to the visitors who are currently registered, inducted, or not inducted. Any user who is deleted from the website (i.e., disconnected from the website) will no longer appear on the data.
All users' attendance logs and their induction status as of that time are displayed when you obtain site statistics. The number of inducted workers here may differ from the number listed on the web panel if workers have been removed from the job site.
Regardless of whether the induction record was accepted or not, the induction number on the web panel refers to the total number of inductions that have been completed for the site. Therefore, if a worker submits an induction to the site with the identifier "induction 104," the site manager may reject the induction. If he submits one right away, the user induction number will be 105 (assuming no one else has submitted an induction after his initial induction). As a result, the induction number may not match the actual number of inducted employees working on site.
You will only receive the total number of users if you downloaded the site statistics for a certain time frame. If the worker has been inducted or not will then be indicated. This won't provide the whole number of hired employees.
If you are specifically interested in the number of inductions completed in a month (as opposed to the number of inducted workers on site), then you should look at a different report. They can conduct a count by sorting the induction date, or their company admins can access a data source that contains this information.