Attrition Tracker: For Human Resource Planning

This excel tool was designed to better analyze expected headcounts over time. It is best used in tandem with a financial model that has headcount projections.

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The style of data input and the resulting summary was built to be simple, yet effective. The main point of the model is to forecast the expected headcounts of 20+ departments as of the current date and 30/60/90 days in the future. The raw data that defines the headcounts is done in a transnational format. The inputs that will be entered include:

1. Department
2. Add/Loss
3. Count
4. Date
5. Model Projections of headcount (optional)

Based on those inputs, the model will automatically tell the user how many expected employees there will be currently, and in 3 date range buckets in the future (defaulted to 30/60/90) but configurable. The model projections have an input area in case the user wants to see if their expected headcounts are in surplus/shortfall or on target relative to the projections of their model.

There is color-coding to show if the expected headcounts are in surplus (green) or if there is a shortage (red). Blue is on target. Also, there is a visual summary that gives the user a quick analysis of each department on what their expected shortage/surplus levels are. This is done in a digestible manner.

The data inputs for the first 4 variables are meant to be based on what is actually happening at the moment. For example, if you were planning on hiring 2 people over the next 2 months and 1 person was leaving, that data can be entered with add/loss entries and crunched against existing figures.

The template works for a startup or an on-going organization. To enter all current employees, the ‘add’ transaction would be used.

This model template comes as a PREMIUM version in .xlsx file type which can be opened using MS Excel.

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