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An Alternative HRIS Strategy, Using Excel and VBA

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An Alternative HRIS Strategy, Using Excel and VBA
Date:
July 11, 2012 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
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Description
C-Suite credibility requires mastery of planning techniques and the ability to model pay and performance options quickly and clearly for a busy, non-specialist audience. This requires an enabling technology.

Technology promises to deliver solutions, but often falls short:

• Core HR technology solutions are built to address the very important compliance and administration tasks of their profession, largely driven by Payroll, Benefits, and record keeping. It is very difficult to develop robust planning tools or administer multiple approaches with a payroll system

• Even when using 'The Best’ software, you are tied to the capabilities and functionality of your HRIS system that often delivers a rigid and plain vanilla process.

• Add-on packages claim to solve your problems, but you soon discover you simply trade one set of limitations for another, or create information silos that restrict meaningful analysis - all at a considerable expense

• There is little interest in spending more money on expensive systems or system modifications that cannot demonstrate a positive ROI.

There are also many tasks for which there are no dedicated applications. These tasks need to be accomplished, and your day becomes consumed with paperwork or repetitive spreadsheets, which leads to higher costs and lower productivity. This is not what leadership wants.

There is an alternative. The bottom line is that you already have powerful software and a network available for employees to use, so the investment in software and computer infrastructure has already been made.

VBA allows construction of powerful and sophisticated business tools in Excel. We will give an overview of:

• The basic principles of the VBA language.
• The concept of a VBA project.
• The concept of a VBA procedure.
• How to manage and use VBA modules that store VBA code
• The basic operation of the VBA Editor

In addition, we will show some specific examples of what can be done to simplify any process, and the specific VBA code that is used to automate many time-intensive processes.

This will not be a VBA training course. We will show you an alternative to cumbersome spreadsheets, expensive system modifications, or costly “add on” software that usually trades one set of limitations for another and creates data silos. Excel and VBA can be part of an HRIS strategy that uses the core HRIS for what it does well, and Excel and VBA to give you all the ‘good stuff’ you need to be an effective business partner.
Who Should Participate
Anyone who wants to learn a new way to overcome the technology barriers to being an effective business partner.
Extra Learning Material

All Registered HR.com members are also eligible for:

  1. A copy of the slides presented in this presentation. These are available before and after the presentation.
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Recommended Resources
There are many books on VBA
Categories
Compensation
Core HR: Payroll for HR and HRIS
Leadership
Performance Management
Workforce Planning and Analytics
HR Scorecards
PM Metrics
Pay For Performance
Technology
ERP - Enterprise Resources Planning
HRIS Benefits
Total Compensation Management
Pay for Performance Planning and Management
Workforce Analytics - Strategic HCM
HCM and Integrated Financials
Compensation Measurement, Reporting and Analysis
Compensation Planning and Management
Compensation Modeling and Forecasting
ECS - Enterprise Compensation Solutions
Payroll
Sales force compensation
Compliance in Compensation Management
Salary Survey Planning and Management
Stock Planning and Administration
Pay for Performance Planning and Management
What You Will Learn
  • There is an alternative to your rigid HRIS and cumbersome spreadsheets that is cost effective and powerful
  • Excel with VBA can create powerful and sophisticated business solutions that rival applications costing millions of dollars
  • We will present a 'road map' to the VBA process
Sponsored by
HR Value, LLC
HR Value, LLC
You want solutions, not more software. We provide the technology solutions to help manage customers, employees and information, so you can align talent, rewards with key business drivers. We have the tools to administer even the most complex prog
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HR Value, LLC

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