Reporting in the Real World: Insight from a Custom Web Reporting Power User
Reporting in the Real World: Insight from a Custom Web Reporting Power User

Reporting in the Real World: Insight from a Custom Web Reporting Power User

You may be thinking about how to take control of your data this year with Custom Web Reporting. You may have already entered our demo contest. But you may be wondering, how would I use it in my every day job?

We asked a Custom Web Reporting power user, Leanne of Health Partners of Western Ohio, to tell us how she uses the application on a day-to-day basis.

Paycor: How often do you create reports?
Leanne: At least every two weeks and sometimes every three days.

Paycor: What types of reports do you create on a regular basis?
Leanne: I pull an annual employee salaries list for our CEO, who uses it to determine raises—I love that I can sort this list alphabetically or numerically. I also pull employee lists for birthdays and other information. When Job and Family Services calls me from time to time, I’ll also create unemployment reports for them.

Paycor: What features do you really like about Custom Web Reporting?
Leanne: I like that I can export my reports to Excel or a PDF, and also that I can copy an existing report and then add to it. I really like the freedom of creating what I need, and not having to rely on the information coming out of someone else’s brain.

Paycor: Any other thoughts you’d like to share?
Leanne: I’m really looking forward to learning how to use the custom formulas feature in Custom Web Reporting. I am grateful for all the Paycor products. They’ve been a wonderful blessing in my life.

Want to learn more about what Custom Web Reporting can do for your day-to-day? Schedule a demo or get in touch with us today.

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