Must have good experience of working on Advance Excel (VLOOKUP, HLOOKUP, PIVOT TABLE, DASHBOARD, COUNTIF,),Knowledge of Macros writing will be added advantage Ensure that the needs and expectations of the Executives are met through a concise operational reporting dashboard providing the departments with data in order to have visibility into operational results. Accurately creates, maintains and distributes all assigned reporting within expected time frames. Preparation of daily, weekly and monthly management updates. Identifies and implements reporting enhancements. Performs maintenance to existing schedules and reports for changes to information. Independently verifies accuracy of report information to maintain data integrity.
You may never have heard of
smartworking, but the chances are you’ve done it yourself at one time or
another. You might even be doing it right now. Smartworking is simply
the act of working on multiple devices, from multiple locations.
You might check your emails on your smartphone at home, compile a to-do
list on your tablet on the train to work, then boot up your PC to get
started once you arrive at the office. This is smartworking – and it’s
on the rise.
In our global report on Work Trends due to be released in October,
smartworking was found to be an increasingly popular way of working
among start-ups. People starting out in a new business venture,
entrepreneurs and freelancers are more open to smartworking as is gives
them the flexibility and freedom to work wherever, whenever. They might
not yet have their own allocated office, so co-working spaces, coffee
shops and their own living room become their place of work.
Commuters are also more open to the idea of smartworking. They could
transform their 45 minute commute to the office into 45 minutes of
productive work, rather than staring idly out of the window or reading
the latest crime thriller. Working from home, or closer to home, is also
an attractive option.
While there are of course some professions where smartworking isn’t a
possibility – in practical crafts or labouring for example - jobseekers
consider positions in the arts, creative industries, IT, HR, legal and
admin roles are well suited for it.
For many the concept may seem alien, but to the younger generation
entering the world of work, smartworking comes naturally. This is the
generation who have grown up with smartphones and tablets, so using
multiple devices is nothing new.
But will the idea catch on with employers? Will bosses be willing to
remunerate their staff for work completed outside office hours, and how
will they effectively keep track of time? Jobseekers are more interested
in the possibility of smartworking than recruiters are in offering it
as an option.
Recruiters don’t think that most companies are ready to make the change.
While senior management might be granted the indulgence of working from
home once in a blue moon, most offices require their staff to be in
work and on time in order to pay them a salary. Creative industries like
marketing, sales and communications are where recruiters see
smartworking catching on, as these are the industries most suited to a
flexible working life.