HR Tracker


The HR Tracker can be used to track sickness, absent staff, holidays, and lateness. Basically, whatever you want to track you can use conditional formatting in Microsoft Excel to help analyse it.

Conditional Formatting

Each word or letter can be formatted to display a colour in Excel. In this case, blue = sickness, red = lateness, black = absent and mustard for holidays. The black colour will require the font to be white otherwise the letter will not be seen.

Countif Function

The Countif function is a great function to count the occurrence of a text string within a range. In this example the Countif function counts the number of each letter type.

Summarise

The whole point of HR tracing is to track and summarise data trends and act upon the results. Each month of HR data is tracked and added up. The Sum function is used to add all three-monthly totals.

Charting Data

The charts in the HR tracker represent three months of sickness, holidays, absence and lateness. Each person has their own HR chart which is colour coded to match the conditional formatting in the HR calendar.

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The example shown only shows data for two people and for only three months. If your organisation is much larger, a sheet per person may be required. Alternatively, a database model, such as Microsoft Access might be better. For small companies, Excel should be fine. The Bradford factor is mentioned in the video. This is a tool to capture people that tend to go off on the sick, as and when, they want. The Bradford factor multiplies sick episode by sick episode by the total days sick. A sick episode is one day of sickness, three continuous days off sick, would still be one episode.






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