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Tumbleweed
Helper II
Helper II

Calculating overtime hours from cumulative value of week hours

Dear Community,

 

I need your help figuring out how to calculculate daily overtime hours.

1. Overime hours are hours exceeding 40 regular hours a week.

2. To find cumulative hours I used:

Cumulative Hours per Week =
SUMX(
FILTER(
Table,
Table[employee] = EARLIER(Table[employee]) &&
Table[Week] = EARLIER(Table[Week]) &&
Table[punch_start] <= EARLIER(Table[punch_start])
),
Table[total_hours])
3. To find regular hours I created calculated column:
Daily Regular = IF('Table[Cumulative Hours per Week] <= 40, 'Table'[total_hours], 40)
4. To find overtime:
Daily OT =
CALCULATE(
SUMX('Table',
IF('Table'[Cumulative Hours per Week] > 40,
'Table'[Cumulative Hours per Week]- 40,
0)))
BUT there is  a problem - overtime hours are shown accumulated and I need to show them per day. 

 

Can you please help me to figure it out?
 Thank you!
1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

I came up with the following DAX:

Daily Overtime Hours =
IF(
Table[Cumulative Hours per Week 1] > 40 && Table[Cumulative Overtime per Week] < Table[total_hours] , Table[Cumulative Hours per Week 1] - 40, 0) +
if(Table[Cumulative Hours per Week 1] > 40 && Table[Cumulative Overtime per Week] > Table[total_hours] , Table[total_hours], 0)
 
Thank you everyone for your help!

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Ashish_Mathur
Super User
Super User

Hi,

Share some data to work with and show the expected result clearly.


Regards,
Ashish Mathur
http://www.ashishmathur.com
https://www.linkedin.com/in/excelenthusiasts/

Thank you for your help!

 

 

 

 

Daily overtime is calculated after reaching over 40 regular hours a week

 

 

 

BUT there is  a problem - overtime hours are shown accumulated and I need to show them per day. 

 

 

This is confusing to me. Can you please elaborate?

Employees work full week (Sunday - Saturday). All hours are overtime once they reach 40 hours of regular time. So, they get usually get overtime hours on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays. I need to show regular and overtime hours like this:

 

 

 

 

Thanks again for helping me with this problem. I really appreciate it.

lbendlin
Super User
Super User

Please correct your statement for point 4.

Thanks for pointing it out. I corrected it. Thanks for your help!

Your SUMX has to go over the individual days in the filter context.  To make it more obvious you can use SUMMARIZE first

 

SUMMARIZE (table, days, "hours worked",<hours worked>,"overtime", if <hours worked>>8, <hours worked>-8)

 

and then do a SUMX over <overtime>

The problem is that I cannot deduct 8 hours from total daily worked hours. Daily overtime is calculated after reaching over 40 regular hours a week. So, overtime hours would occur by the end of week only.

I came up with the following DAX:

Daily Overtime Hours =
IF(
Table[Cumulative Hours per Week 1] > 40 && Table[Cumulative Overtime per Week] < Table[total_hours] , Table[Cumulative Hours per Week 1] - 40, 0) +
if(Table[Cumulative Hours per Week 1] > 40 && Table[Cumulative Overtime per Week] > Table[total_hours] , Table[total_hours], 0)
 
Thank you everyone for your help!

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