HR Analyst, Reporting
HR Analyst, Reporting
• Provide HR reporting support including research, analysis of business requests, problem solving, issue tracking, and resolution.
• Design, support, and coordinate the development of business relevant analytics and processes.
• Manage confidentiality of data by following established security/confidentiality standards.
• Translate requirements into effective and impactful dashboards and reports that enable information sharing across the client enterprise.
• Provide reporting support on ad hoc projects or requests.
• Determine what data should be selected and evaluated to address and track various business issues.
• Consult with functional teams on the selection, application, and implementation of metrics.
• Proactively apply analytical and research skills to monitor trends and elevate issues.
• Promote self-service reporting functionality with end users.
• Monitor reporting usage logs and offer recommendations for consolidation where possible.
• Take ownership of and ensure integrity of HRIS data through development of audit reports; troubleshoot irregularities; partner with HRIS team to research, correct discrepancies, and ensure compliance.
• Identify opportunities to reduce cycle times and increase reporting efficiencies.
• Remain apprised of new technology, new approaches and best practices as it relates to business analytics and the ability to generate critical data associated with the business.
• Serve as a key contact for non-routine questions and requests, especially related to HR systems and data.
• Collaborate with HR/HRIS team members to ensure system usage consistency across regions.
• Workday or HRIS, report writing a plus
• Advanced Excel
• Moderate Powerpoint 2010 version or above
• Fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese
Experience / Education
• Minimum a Bachelor degree and 2-4 years of related experience; or an advanced degree without experience; or equivalent work experience.
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