Self-service headcount analytics using Microsoft BI: salary analysis

Mike Burger Slalom Consulting

Mike Burger

In many companies, executives are often concerned about employee turnover. In this scenario, employee exit surveys have revealed that the staff and managers have stated that their salaries are lower than the market averages, and that the only reason they are leaving is due to significant salary increases. An HR analyst has been tasked with using both internal and external data to confirm or deny this theory. The salary analysis below was built using the Microsoft BI solution stack and can be implemented with any company that captures employee salary information. Read more of this post

Self-service headcount analytics using Microsoft BI: payroll analysis

Dan Bassett

Dan Bassett

As a CFO, you are responsible for budgeting and forecasting. Your organization’s ability to accurately budget and forecast helps drive investor and stakeholder confidence. In theory, one of the more basic costs to budget should be your employees and payroll, right?

You know how many employees you have, their relative cost, and how many employees you plan to hire. You also probably know how frustrating it can be to review monthly headcount cost reports (budget vs. actual) that contain large unexplainable variances throughout the year. Read more of this post

Self-service headcount analytics using Microsoft BI: cost-benefit analysis

Veronica Butler Slalom Consulting

Veronica Butler

An attractive employee benefits package that is affordable to a company can assist in recruitment and retention, reduce employee out-of-pocket expenses, and increase employee morale and loyalty. To keep employees healthy and provide a good work-life balance, executives review the standard components of healthcare options, retirement plans, and other incentives annually. Read more of this post

Self-service headcount analytics using Microsoft BI: introduction

Brian Ringley

Brian Ringley

Slalom Chicago’s Information Management & Analytics practice recently implemented a self-service business intelligence (BI) headcount analytics solution for one of the largest retail real estate investment trust (REIT) companies in the United States. The client realized that it needed to be organized and adaptable in order to stay on top of an ever-changing business environment and to stay competitive within the market. To do this, the organization needed to shift to a people-focused model.

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