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Getting It up and Running: Practical Steps to Developing a Country Pay & Employment Model. Jana Orac May 2003. Existing Excel-based models. Custom-built, country-specific Indonesia, Macedonia, Afghanistan, Russia, Pakistan, Zambia, Kyrgyz Republic Generic templates

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getting it up and running practical steps to developing a country pay employment model
Getting It up and Running:Practical Steps to Developing a Country Pay & Employment Model

Jana Orac

May 2003

existing excel based models
Existing Excel-based models
  • Custom-built, country-specific
    • Indonesia, Macedonia, Afghanistan, Russia, Pakistan, Zambia, Kyrgyz Republic
  • Generic templates
    • Fully automated, or modifiable
    • West Bank & Gaza, Kosovo
four main steps
Four main steps
  • Getting the data
  • Building the model
  • Developing client technical capacity
  • Promoting client use
1 getting the data
1. Getting the data
  • Optimal data set
    • Current employment numbers, average base salary & allowance by grade and entity
    • Associated costs to budget (e.g. severance, pensions…)
  • Availability varies…from computerized payrolls to scattered paper records
  • Data cleaning is essential

So…

  • Start early!
2 building the model
2. Building the model
  • Custom-built, country-specific – 1 week
  • Modifiable generic – 1 to 2 days
  • Automated generic – 1 hour
user friendliness is a must
User-friendliness is a must
  • Clear instructions in the file
  • Input cells for variables marked
  • Full disclosure of data or other issues
  • Charts to convey results
  • Local language versions?
  • Information on broader context (national and international)
3 client technical capacity
3. Client technical capacity
  • Working-level staff needed to maintain and run the model
  • Skills in Excel, grasp of pay & employment principles
  • Challenges in finding the right people for hand-off
4 promoting client use
4. Promoting client use
  • Model = new mindset and approach
  • Managing expectations: model as magic answer vs. tool to test policy options, promote deliberation
  • Client use remains a challenge, but ongoing relationships help