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TabitaT
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I need a formula that calculates the FTE based on different working hours

Hello,

 

I am new to Power BI and I struggle with one thing: 

I have a column with total hours worked by employees and the working hours number for each month. I want to calculate the FTE but to take into consideration the month. 

For example: If I select period 202311, I have Working hours 168, if I select period 202310, I have Working hours 176. So the formula should take into consideration period when calculating FTE. 

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Column Working hours comes from a table, column Total effort and Period are from other table. I have made a relationship between them, common column is Period.

 

Thank you!

Regards,

Tabita

 

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TabitaT
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I found it!:)

FTE = DIVIDE([Total efort], SUM('Working days'[Working hours]))
This way, every time I select a different month, I have the FTe calculated based on working days for that month

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TabitaT
New Member

I found it!:)

FTE = DIVIDE([Total efort], SUM('Working days'[Working hours]))
This way, every time I select a different month, I have the FTe calculated based on working days for that month

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