YO16XLBU02GRADERPS3AS__Raises_13_Instructions

YO16_XL_BU02_GRADER_PS3_AS – Raises 1.3Project Description:Painted Paradise Resort & Spa evaluates employee performance yearly and determines raises. You have been asked to assist with compiling and analyzing the data. Upper management also started the workbook. You are to finish the workbook and keep the data confidential.Steps to Perform: Step Instructions Points Possible 1 Open the downloaded document e02_grader_hw_Raises.xlsx. Save the file as e02_grader_hw_Raises_LastFirst using your last and first name. 0 2 The Addresses worksheet includes data from the payroll database. You need to cleanse the data so this worksheet can be used later in a mail merge to create salary notice letters. Add the following. In column E, extra spaces and a dash were left in the data by the database in case the zip code had an extension. In cells F7:F14, enter a LEFT function to return the ZipCode without the unnecessary “–”. In column G, the database did not export the formatting for the phone numbers. In cells H7:H14, use Flash Fill to add formatting back to the phone number. In cell H7, type (505) 555-1812. There is only one space between the “)” and the 5. Note, Mac users, in cells H7:H8 type the phone numbers using the format (505) 555-1812. 12 3 The Evaluations worksheet includes evaluation data collated from various managers. Managers rated employees both quantitatively—numerically—and qualitatively—written notes. The number scores and notes support the raise recommendation made by the manager. Add the following. In cells I3:I10, create an IF function to calculate the average numerical ratings for each employee. Only managers get evaluated by the Leadership rank in column H. Column C indicates whether the employee is a manager. Thus, the average calculation should only include the values in column H if the employee is a manager. Even if a rating is given to a non-manager employee in column H, that number should not be included in the average in column I. 8 4 In cells B13:B20, imported data from the rating system combines the manager’s raise recommendation of High, Standard, or Low followed by the manager’s notes. In cells J3:J10, use a combination of text functions to return just the manager’s raise recommendation of High, Standard, or Low. The values returned should not have extra spaces before or after the word. The names in A3:A10 are in the same order as A13:A20. Notice the text pattern is always the recommendation followed by a space. Be sure to Trim any extra spaces. 8 5 On the Evaluations worksheet, create the named range Evaluations for the cell range A3:J10. 4 6 On the Payroll worksheet, there is an analysis for raises you need to finish. First, you need to get all the applicable data for making the raise determination on this worksheet. Add the following. In cell F1, enter a formula to always return the current date. 4 7 In cells E6:E13, add a DATEDIF function that will calculate the years employed based on today’s date in cell F1 and the HireDate in column B. Remember you are looking for years and not days. 4 8 In cells F6:F13, add a VLOOKUP function that returns the raise recommendation—High, Standard, or Low—for each employee by exactly matching the Name in column A in the range you named Evaluations. Be sure to use exact match criteria. 8 9 In cells G6:G13, add a VLOOKUP function that returns the starting raise percentage based on the ranges in the Standard Raise table in cells A16:B19 and the number of years employed in column E. 8 10 Next, you need to begin determining the employee’s final raise. Add the following. In cells H6:H13, add an IF function that will award anyone with a Raise Recommend of High an extra bonus listed in cell F2. All other employees get zero bonus. In cells I6:I13, add an IF function that will give anyone with a Raise Recommend of Low a deduction listed in cell F3. All other employees get zero deduction. 12 11 On the Payroll worksheet, in cells J6:J13, add a calculation that returns the final raise amount with the value—not just formatted—rounded to the hundreds position (-2). For example, a final raise of $1,625 rounded to the hundreds returns a value of $1,600. The final raise amount is the salary multiplied by the Standard Raise % and then adding any bonus and subtracting any deduction. 6 12 On the Payroll worksheet, in cells K6:K13, add a calculation that returns the Final % Increase. The final increase is determined by dividing the Raise Amt by the Salary. In cells L6:L13, add a calculation that returns the New Salary by adding the Salary and Raise Amt. 12 13 You now need to add a few summary measures for upper management. Add the following on the Payroll worksheet. In cell J1, add a function that calculates the total Net Payroll Increase based on the Raise Amt in cells J6:J13. In cell J2, add a function that calculates the Average Raise % based on the Final % Increase in cells K6:K13. 4 14 On the Payroll worksheet, based on the data in cells A5:A13 and K5:K13, add a 3-D Clustered Column. Under chart styles, set the chart to Style 3. Change the vertical axis to start at a lower bound of 0.01—for 1%. Then, change the title to read Final % Increase Comparison. Move and resize the chart so the upper-left corner is in cell F14 and the lower-right corner is in cell L22. Set the chart title to 11 pt font. If necessary, set the vertical and horizontal axis labels to 9 pt font. 10 15 Click Save, close Excel, and then submit the file as directed by your instructor. 0 Total Points 100