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2 FUNCTIONS TOANALYSE YOURCOMPENSATION DATA INEXCELhttp://CompensationInsider.com
The problem   You need to analyse a big file of    Compensation data. You want to know who    are the 5 lowest paid of em...
The solution   Use conditional formatting to identify the    employees with a manager title.   Then use sorting to list ...
Round 1Identify all managers in the file© Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012
Select all cells on the file, Conditionalformatting > highlight cell rules > text thatcontains     © Sandrine Bardot and C...
Type in the text you want to identify andchose the colour and style they will show inthe file     © Sandrine Bardot and Co...
Here is the result : all managersare now in green and easy toidentify    © Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012
Round 2Sort the file to have lowest paid managerswith less than 2 years tenure at the top© Sandrine Bardot and Compensatio...
Select all cells > Sort and filter >Custom sort > Select “My data hasheaders”    © Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider...
Think of how to apply yoursorting   Based on the result you want, you need to    have :    1.   The managers at the top o...
Select job title as the first sorting criteria > sort on thecell colour > select the colour of managers > on top        © ...
Add a level > sort by current basic> on values > smallest to largest    © Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012
End result : the 5 lowest paidmanagers are at the top of the file    © Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012
Want to know more ?   On my blog CompensationInsider.com, I share    Excel, social media, presentation and other    usefu...
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2 functions to analyse compensation data in Excel

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Use conditional formatting and sorting to analyse large Compensation files quickly.

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2 functions to analyse compensation data in Excel

  1. 1. 2 FUNCTIONS TOANALYSE YOURCOMPENSATION DATA INEXCELhttp://CompensationInsider.com
  2. 2. The problem You need to analyse a big file of Compensation data. You want to know who are the 5 lowest paid of employees with the title of manager. The issue : titles are all over the place, not specifically tied to specific grades or other criteria and usually contain words before and after “manager” so you can’t use a straightforward alphabetical sort. You don’t want to sort manually and need a way to quickly perform the analysis © Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012
  3. 3. The solution Use conditional formatting to identify the employees with a manager title. Then use sorting to list the lowest paid managers. © Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012
  4. 4. Round 1Identify all managers in the file© Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012
  5. 5. Select all cells on the file, Conditionalformatting > highlight cell rules > text thatcontains © Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012
  6. 6. Type in the text you want to identify andchose the colour and style they will show inthe file © Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012
  7. 7. Here is the result : all managersare now in green and easy toidentify © Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012
  8. 8. Round 2Sort the file to have lowest paid managerswith less than 2 years tenure at the top© Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012
  9. 9. Select all cells > Sort and filter >Custom sort > Select “My data hasheaders” © Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012
  10. 10. Think of how to apply yoursorting Based on the result you want, you need to have : 1. The managers at the top of the file 2. Within that group, the lowest paid at the top You need to apply the same order in your sorting © Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012
  11. 11. Select job title as the first sorting criteria > sort on thecell colour > select the colour of managers > on top © Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012
  12. 12. Add a level > sort by current basic> on values > smallest to largest © Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012
  13. 13. End result : the 5 lowest paidmanagers are at the top of the file © Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012
  14. 14. Want to know more ? On my blog CompensationInsider.com, I share Excel, social media, presentation and other useful “technical” tips for Compensation & Benefits and HR professionals, every other Sunday. I also cover C&B topics and career advice the rest of the week. Feel free to check it out and subscribe by email or RSS. Find out more about me and why I started this blog. © Sandrine Bardot and CompensationInsider.com 2012

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