I work at a call center and I have to report absent time for my agents.
I am working on a template that was previously saved, however, the absent hours do not account for when the person has not been to lunch yet. This is usually done as a manual update.
There are three main situations that I need my formula to account for:
1) Person that has been absent all day
2) Person that has been absent part of the day (after lunch)
3) Person htat has been absent only a few hours (before lunch)
Lunches are 30 minutes long
Whenever a person is absent or late, we put their time in two columns called ABS in and ABS out. It basically marks the start and end of their absent time.
ABS IN is when their schedule would have startedABS OUT is when they arrived if they were late, or their out time if they were absent all day.
Here is what my spreadsheet would kind of look like... I need to know how many absent hours there were to calculate the actual worked hours.
I cannot simply deduct abs out minus ABS in because then I am not factoring in the lunch times.
This is how my spreadsheet roughly looks like:
Agent
SCH TIME IN
Lunch
SCH TIME OUT
ABS TIME IN
ABS TIME OUT
Total Sch Hrs
ABS Hours
Actual Worked Hrs
Person absent all day
8:00
12:00
16:30
8:00
16:30
8.00
Arrived late (before lunch)
8:00
12:00
16:30
8:00
10:00
8.00
Arrived late (after lunch)
8:00
12:00
16:30
8:00
13:00
8.00
I am creating a worksheet where employees schedule work throughout the day eg task 1 will be start time 9am, finish time 11am. The result is 2 hours to do the task.
The problem i'm having is that I need to do a calculation that if a task includes lunch then the result takes an hour away from the task time. eg task 2 will be start time 12pm, finish time 3pm, excel displays 3 hours, i need it to say 2 hours because 12pm is contractual lunch.
I can't just do a day formula that says minus 1 from total as this is task orientated and will vary depending on start and finish times of each task.
I am making a time sheet for work. It should be very simple but cant get it to work. I want time in, time out, lunch column, and Total. I don't want a lunch in and a lunch out though just a section where I can put my time in :30 minuets :45 or what ever. I also want it to work. on a 12 hour clock AM/PM .
Here are my column's B2 Is Time In C2 is Time out D2 is Lunch time ( decimal ? ) E2 is the TOTAL with lunch deducted.
I am trying to get the start time and finish time for breaks.
I have 4 columns Name, status, start, finish. In the name column there are multiple names, under status there 6 different status's. and under the time columns there are in and out times dependant on status. I am trying to us index match match. I have tried vlookup and hlookup as a nested function. I keep getting errors.
NameStatus MessageStart TimeFinish Time Cameron WilliamsTech All & Billing12:31:4812:31:52 =index(starttime,match(name,namefield(match,"on lunch",starttime)))
I am working with the following time sheet/card (attached) and it works great when the person goes to lunch, but when they skip lunch I cant get it to compute correctly. I set the formula back to original state because it was just getting more and more confusing. Additionally I tried to adjust it for working overtime (more than 8 hours in a day) and double time (more than 12 hours in a day and kept getting errors or incorrect results).
I would like a solution for the automatic calculation of the end date and end time for project tasks. I have already spent hours on the issue, thanks for any help on this.
The parameters are: A1 = Start time 08:00 B1 = End Time 17:00 A2 = break lunch 12:00 B2 = back from lunch 13:00
Task parameters
A5 = start date 01/03/10 (entered manually) B5 = start time 10:00 (entered manually) C5 = duration 02:00 (hrs entered manually) D5 = "end date" >>> (to be calculated exluding breaks and holidays) E5 = "end time" >>> (to be calculated exluding breaks and holidays)
the next line should be filled in automaitically according to the hours needed and the previous end date & time
A6 = "start date" >>> (after line 5: to be calculated exluding breaks and holidays) B6 = "start time" (after line 5: to be calculated exluding breaks and holidays) C6 = duration 14:00 (entered manually) D6 = "end date" >>> (to be calculated exluding breaks and holidays) E6 = "end time" >>> (to be calculated exluding breaks and holidays)
I'm a basic user of excel 2003. I recorded a macro that copy a teacher absent schedule to a daily cover schedule as follow:
Sub ABS_M1() ' ' ABS_M1 Macro ' Absent teacher monday 8/29/2012 by Oscar ' Daily cover schedule ' Range("A65:J67").Select Selection.Copy Sheets("Covers").Select Range("B5").Select ActiveSheet.Paste
End Sub
Using the same VBA: What function should I use to make the Sub ABS_M1 move down 4 rows to a new range on the cover sheet if the first Range ("B5") is already used and so on?
I am having a little trouble with a spreadsheet I am creating, the formulas and cell formatting I should be using to enable this to work.
Here goes:
in cell E3 I have a time started (e.g 12:45 pm), In F3 i have time finished (e.g 2:30 pm)
So, what i'm wanting is the time taken in G3 and also, i have the amount of units that is entered manually in H3. I would like I3 to show the time taken per unit.
I'm battling to come up with the formula to calculate time and a half and double time. My boss wants me to show the overtime worked AFTER 40 hours has been worked. I have attached a copy of my spreadsheet.
I know the title is a bit vague, but I cant think how else to word it!
I have a sheet (attached) which works out hours worked, and if the amount is under a specified target, it counts how much time is owed. The problem occurs when someone works more hours than the specified target.
I guess I need an IF formula of some kind, to say if the figure is over the target, to put zero in the hours owed column.
Firstly, i'd like cell G5 to show the amount of time worked i.e diff between E6 & F6. Secondly I'd like help with the formula for cells AF6 & AG6 which would require AB6AC6 divided by the frames, every time I try it I get a messed up answer.
=INDEX({"$5.00","$3.00","You Were Late"},MATCH(L17,{7:00am,7:05am,7:06am},1))
i have this formula in excel...this formula sanrv1f posted to help with another question (values changed) but i thought i would work with what i wanted but i get a (Value) error
so what im trying to do is base on the system time is if the person typed in
if they were early 6:45am to 7am they get Extra $5 on top of the $5 they get for being on time.
6:55am gets $5 7:00am they get $5.00 for being on time if they type 7:01am to 7:05am they get $3.00 if they type 7:06 to 7:10am would return You Were Late after 7:10am would return No Pay
so Ex
D4 *answers in E4 *
7am would get $5
7:03am am would get $3
7:07am would get You Were Late
7:11am Would get No Pay
if they were on time 5 times (ie 5days in a row) they would get a bonus of $20 i tried factoring this in could not do it :/
I'm having a DICKENS of a time on this one. To explain, I have 3 columns where time is entered: a 'Time of Call', 'Time of Arrival', and 'Response Time'. The 'Response Time' cell autcalculates by simply subtracting the 'Time of Arrival' form the 'Time of Call' and using the difference to show the response time. To make time entry into the 'Time of Call' and 'Time of Arrival' simplier for my coworkers, I formatted those cells as 00:00 so that anytime you enter a number it will convert it to a time format (i.e., if you enter in the numbers 745, it will show as 7:45 in the cell). Because of this, when the response time is configured, it does it in hundreds instead of time format. So, if you enter in 7:45 as your time of call and 8:15 as your time of arrival, it shows 70 minutes as a response time because it sees the 7:45 as a whole number...745. Therefore, 815745 DOES equal 70, but...that's not what I'm looking for. I want it too configure this as time...not as whole numbers.
I'm trying to calculate the variance between planned date & time of arrival vs actual date & time of arrival.
I attach the workbook as am a bit useless at explaining myself....
What I've done is in H14 subtract the actual date of arrival (F14) from planned date of arrival (C14). This result is the only way I could think of dealing with crossing over midnight. As a result I14 should subtract the actual time of arrival (E14) from planned time of arrival (B14):
=SUM(E14B14,H14)
This method works well when the arrival was later than expected but doesn't work if the arrival was sooner than expected.
I've browsed the net searching for a solution to my problem and found one solution altough not entirely what i was after, but it was very close. It was provided on another forum, of which i'm not a member.
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I have a TAT target of <= 2hours, however this is complicated by weekends, holidays and jobs received after working hours and on weekends. I've attached the file, which contains detailed information about my problem.
Now to convert this in minutes (in number format), I multiply this number with 1440:
0:09*1440 = 9
When I click the cell this number is actually 9.0000005, rather than exact 9. I need it to be exact 9 since I have to match this number from other excel sheet.
I managed to put together an array formula to calculate the last date that a rep made a sale. It checks two other tabs in the workbook to find the date, and if none is found, it leaves the cell empty.
{=IF(MAXA(IF('Daily Compliance'!A:A=B48,'Daily Compliance'!O:O),IF('Daily Compliance 1107 to 408'!B:B=B48,'Daily Compliance 1107 to 408'!A:A))=0,"",MAXA(IF('Daily Compliance'!A:A=B48,'Daily Compliance'!O:O),IF('Daily Compliance 1107 to 408'!B:B=B48,'Daily Compliance 1107 to 408'!A:A)))}
But it takes sometimes up to 45 minutes to make the calculations. Is there possibly a way to simplify it so that it calculates faster, with the same results?
I have a sheet to calculate Time Elapsed based on StartDT & EndDt taking into consideration the actual working hours in any working day and the function exclude the weekend. I am not a guru in excel but i found this formula in this website .
=IF(AND(INT(StartDT)=INT(EndDT),NOT(ISNA(MATCH(INT(StartDT),HolidayList,0)))),0,ABS(IF(INT(StartDT)=INT(EndDT),ROUND(24*(EndDTStartDT),2), (24*(DayEndDayStart)* (MAX(NETWORKDAYS(StartDT+1,EndDT1,HolidayList),0)+ INT(24*(((EndDTINT(EndDT)) (StartDTINT(StartDT)))+(DayEndDayStart))/(24*(DayEndDayStart))))+ MOD(ROUND(((24*(EndDTINT(EndDT)))24*DayStart)+ (24*DayEnd(24*(StartDTINT(StartDT)))),2), ROUND((24*(DayEndDayStart)),2)))))) the formula works perfectly except for the fact that in our part of the world we have "Friday & Saturday" as the weekend days instead of Saturday and Sunday.
is there a way to get this formula or any similar formula to take different weekend days and do exactly what i need?
I am trying to calculate the amount of time in blocks, using a predetermined spread. For example:
AM block is anytime between 06001230 PM block is anytime between 12301830 Evening block is anytime between 18300000 and the Overnight block is anytime between 00000600
Sounds easy enough, yeah? Let me paint an example of how I want it to calculate though:
If an employee starts at 0600 and finishes at 1400, then the AM total is 6.5 and the PM total is 1.5.
If an employee starts at 1100 and finishes at 1900, then the AM total is 1.5, the PM is 6 and the Evening is 0.5.
If an employee starts at 2200 and finishes at 0800, then all of the 10 hours must report to the Overnight total, even though some of them fall within the Evening and AM blocks.
I just can't seem to get each block to show the accurate number of hours...and to bring in the rules that I require.
I am trying to write what I believe is a fairly simple set of calculations to determine nonqualified stock option values. Before this digresses into a discussion of the merits of BlackSholes methodology, I must tell you that this is a "101" type sheet. I'm not an economist.
The deal is that my sister (for whom I'm constructing this worksheet), gets employer stock options which vest at different intervals.
In the past year, she's gotten some options that vest in two, four, and five year increments. I'm using Excel 2002, with the analysis toolpak, and stock pricing addin from MS.
Have today's date, date of option grant, and can easily compute time (in years) until options are fully vested.
The trick is that options with a 2year vesting period are 50% excerciseable in one year, 100% in two.
Fouryear options are excerciseable 25% per year for 4 years; 5year are 20% for 5 years, etc.
I'm trying to write a single datedriven formula to take each grant (individually), and divide it by the appropriate divisor (based on the current date), to figure out the current value.
I can't seem to quite figure it out how to write a formula which can handle:
Shares Strike Price Date of Grant Years Until Vested Value 100 26.57 1/4/2003 5 245 45.67 2/6/2001 4
Value should equal =
(if today's price is grater than Strike Price)
(Current Price * (Shares * (% vested which is based on "date of grant" + "years until vested")) )

(Strike Price * Shares * (% vested which is based on "date of grant" + "years until vested") )
how the math to make the "% vested multiplier" work...
I have redundant system groups. One group may have (for example) two computers running. Another group may have eight computers running. But within any group only one computer needs to be running for the system to be operational.
I have a row with down start date/time (ColumnA) and down end date/time (ColumnB) for each downtime event. In then next columns I have the start times and end times for the other computer(s) in the group.
Finally, I have a date column to the right of all others (one row per day). Next to the date column I need to have the value that represents the common time all computers in that group were down.
I don't much care if this is done with a formula or by VBA. I can split the date and time values into separate columns and format the values however needed to facilitate the calculation.
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I am trying to calculate the time elapsed. I have included a caption to show my formula. The problem I have is that some times are showing > 60 minutes instead of increasing the hour. When my day go over the midnight hour I get a negative number.
I've got a spreadsheet of samples taken at certain time intervals for a period of 2.5 hours, they were collected in hh:mm:ss format. Most of them are approximately 5 minutes apart. What I'd like to do is convert the first time to 00:00:00 and then recalculate each sample from there. Is there an easy way to do this?
So, what looks like this right now: 8:45:00 8:45:36 8:50:36 8:55:36 9:00:36
Would look like this: 00:00:00 00:00:36 00:05:36 00:10:36 00:15:36 etc...
I'm trying to calculate the available man hours I have for my shift/team. I have got the basic formula to deduct the time, and lost time for breaks ok, but when the shift end time crosses midnight the formula returns a "value" error message. i.e. start time = 18:00. End time = 24:00 breaks = 15 mins gives me a formula like this =TEXT(O17N17P17,"h:mm") and a result of 5:45
How I can make this formula work so it can calculate the variance even though the shift ends at 02:00am the following morning?
In cell BQ65, I have 7:00 pm. Next to that, in cell BR65, I have 6:00 am. This should total 11.00 hours, yet with the formula I have in cell BS65, the result is showing up as 13.00 hours, so I'm ending up with two extra hours, which is not good.