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How do you track your HR data?

Hi all,

I cringe as I write this but I am admitting that organisation is not a skill I naturally posess and is something I have had to learn.
My organisation is not huge and does not have a budget to spend on a formal ER cases tracker.

So my question is, is there anyone out there that has a good way of keeping on track of all of their ER cases or HR functions? I am trying to create something on excel, by department, including time and costs, where we are and RAG rated.

I am just getting myself in a mess.

Does any one have any advice or examples?

Thank you in advance, and Happy Christmas!!




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  • Hi Karys,

    Happy New Year to you. Thank you for sharing your challenges on the HR Zone. I'll include this in this week's community update and hope that helps you get some support with this.

    Good luck. Let us know how you get on.



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