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Excel functions every HR pro should know

Excel Skills for the HR Pro

HR requires specific skills.

Do you have all the Excel skills it takes to excel in HR?

Do you know the Excel functions every HR pro should know?

If you could benefit from knowing additional skills using Excel to get the reporting process done easily and make time and money calculations faster and more accurate, this is the webinar for you.

The information processing demands on the HR professional have skyrocketed in recent years. The processes of measuring performance, tracking leave, and accounting for benefits in an ever-changing environment all give you good reason to raise your Excel game. And, here is a great way to take action on that goal.

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Join us Thursday, March 17, for Excel Skills for the HR Pro and in this enlightening session, you'll learn:

  • How to leverage the list management prowess of Excel to wrangle your huge data management tasks
  • The best approach to date calculations for different needs
  • How to combine two sets of data using Look Up functions
  • Overview of Pivot Tables and Dashboards

Along with these powerful tips, in just 75 minutes you'll find great shortcuts, tips and tricks to dramatically cut the time you spend manually manipulating data.

Presented by Microsoft® Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel, this webinar will fill your toolbox with skills you can apply right now. The seminar will be presented from Microsoft Office 2013, but will apply to all versions of Excel.

Find out the Excel functions every HR pro should know!

Sincerely,

Mary Ellen Slayter, Editor
Administrative Professional Today

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Melissa Esquibel is a Microsoft® Certified Trainer. She combines her 25 years' experience in information technology with a background in training, technical writing and business risk analysis. Her goal is to help you understand the amazing workflow benefits of Microsoft® Excel®.


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