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The attached Turnover (Attrition) Rate Excel workbook, "to_rate.xls", allows the user to track turnover for 12 months. Bob Gately gately@csi.com
14th June 2007 From United States, Chelsea

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Hi I have gone through the attrition excel sheet and did not follow what is the meaning of W2 forms. Can you please explain ? Regards
15th June 2007 From India, Mumbai
hey thatz gr8.. mind blowing.. i work out every month manually.. bt let me know the password also . the sheets are protected can not do anything..is it software developed??? or formula based??
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mausam
16th June 2007
hi, i mean plz simplfy it. i put my data but i have not got proper result. Plz help me out. Regards, Binny
16th June 2007 From India, Mumbai
Enter data in cells that are RED in color.
On the Annual Sheet enter data in RED cells on lines 1, 2, 5 and 9
W2s in Line 9 refers to the number of income/tax statements issued to current and former employees for the previous tax year. Most managers are surprised to learn the total number of people who worked for their company during the year.
In Column B of Row 10 on Monthly Sheet enter a number from 1 to 12 to correspond to the desired starting month for the workbook; 1 = January to 12 = December.
In Columns E and F of Row 10 to 21 on Monthly Sheet enter the number of employees who left during the month (Col. E) and the number employees who were hired during the month (Col. F).
Bob Gately

18th June 2007 From United States, Chelsea
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