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Vanivanivani
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Count sick leave times

Dear Team,

 

I am currently working on a HR report and I would like to have you help on this issue to caculate the sick leave freqency rate.

 

I have the table of Employee sick leave with start date and end date.

 

For the same employee id, it could have multiple lines. for exemple as follows:

 

Employee IDsick leave start datesick leave end date
12305/13/202005/14/2020
12305/15/202005/17/2020
12306/13/202006/15/2020

 

What I would have as result is

for this employee id 123, he/she has 2 times sick leave, because the 1st time then end date is just the day before the 2nd line start date ( so non stop). 

 

Thank you very much.

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amitchandak
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Sickleave Flag : =
IF (
COUNTROWS (
FILTER (
Data,
MAX ( Dates[Date] ) >= Data[sick leave start date]
&& MIN ( Dates[Date] ) <= Data[sick leave end date]
)
) > 0,
0,
1
)
 
 
Sickleave Flag Cumulate : =
CALCULATE (
SUMX ( VALUES ( Dates[Date] ), [Sickleave Flag :] ),
FILTER ( ALL ( Dates ), Dates[Date] <= MAX ( Dates[Date] ) )
)
 
 
How many times nonstop sickleaves? : =
VAR newtable =
SUMMARIZE (
FILTER (
ADDCOLUMNS (
VALUES ( Dates[Date] ),
"@cumulateresult", [Sickleave Flag Cumulate :],
"@previousdatecumulateresult", CALCULATE ( [Sickleave Flag Cumulate :], DATEADD ( Dates[Date], -1, DAY ) )
),
[@cumulateresult] = [@previousdatecumulateresult]
),
[@cumulateresult]
)
RETURN
IF ( ISFILTERED ( Employees[Employee ID] ), COUNTROWS ( newtable ) )
 
 
 
 

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

Hi there,

Thanks for the solution. May I just add one more question related?

How to count in the weekends? 

For example, 

Employee IDSick leave Start dateSick leave End date
123July 05 2021July 09 2021
123July 12 2021July 16 2021

 

Actually July 10 and 11 are weekend, so for this employee, his/her sick leave time is once.

 

Could you please kindly help to sort out this matter?

Thank you in adavance

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