15 Replies Latest reply: May 14, 2012 5:55 AM by João Franco RSS

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João Franco

Hi, i need to count the number of active of employees in the company, so i need to exclude the employees who have left the company....

so i know the active employees have the type contract ("101","102","103","104","105","106","107","108"), but my problem is that every employee has records for every month and year, even if they become inactive.

I have NumberEmployee, AdmissionDate, DemissionDate, YearEmployee (every year since he has been employed, until the present year), MonthEmploye (every month since he has been employed, until the present month), TypeContract and the YearMonthEmployee.

I think my problem is that i can't select the last record (row) of the employee.... i'm counting employees as being  active when in fact they are already inactive, and vice-versa.


i'm using the following expression:

 

=sum({<TypeContract={"101","102","103","104","105","106","107","108"},YearEmployer={"$(=only(Year))"}>}
       aggr(
               if(
                  max({< YearEmployer = {"$(=only(Year))"}>}YearMOunthEmployer
                  and(
                              DemissionDate >= vMinDateCalendar
                               or
                              LEN( DemissionDate) = 0
                       )
                       ,1
               )
       ,NumEmployer)
       )
   
   
   
do you have any idea of what might be wrong ??

ty reggards

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    Marc Livingston

    I dont know if it will help, but I do something similar with this:

     

    Count(Distinct (if([Calendar Date]>=[Hire Date] and [Calendar Date]<= if(Status='Active',[Active Date],[Inactive Date]) and [Calendar Date]<=today(),Employee)))

     

    This method for me will show them as active until their inactive date and if they do not have an inactive date i calculate today()*2 to put a future date in.

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    Celambarasan Adhimulam

    Hi,

         Its better to make a flag isActive (means field) in the loadscript by comparing with the AdmissionDate, DemissionDate.

         I mean if the date is between AdmissionDate and DemissionDate then 1 else 0.

    Ex:

         Table:

         Load

              *,

         if(DateField>=AdmissionDate and DateField<=DemissionDate , 1,0) as isActive

         From Datasource;

    Then use set analysis as

         Sum({<TypeContract={"101","102","103","104","105","106","107","108"},isActive={1}>} FieldName)

     

    Celambarasan

    • Re: Head Count
      João Franco

      Hello,

       

      Celambarasan ty.

       

      ok that's correct, and i did that.... i forget to mention that....

       

      but what i get from that is

       

       

      NumEmploy Month Year Active?

      001                 04    2010  S

      001                 05    2010  S

      001                 06    2010  N

      001                 07    2010  N

       

      and what i want is to retrieve the last row of the Employ 001  and know he's not active any more.....

       

       

      do u understand ?

       

      ty again.....

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        Celambarasan Adhimulam

        Hi,

             Then try this

             After doing the above approach

             CurrentStatus:

             Load

                  NumEmployee,

                  LastValue(Active) as CurrentlyActive

             Resident

                  TableName

             Group By NumEmployee;//Previously Loaded TableName

         

        Celambarasan

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          João Franco

          Celambarasan, this is great !!

           

          i created the lastvalue(active) and the lasvalue(typecontract)

           

           

          and it's works, but !! there's always a but when i select the 2011 year, it doesnt count the employees who have been fired in 2012...

           

          Because it only takes into account the last record status values...  how can i make this work with the calendar witohout having to connect this table with the calendar itself?

           

           

          apreciate !! ty !

           

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            João Franco

            anybody can help ?

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            Celambarasan Adhimulam

            Hi,

                 You mean you need to count the employees fired in 2012 on selecting 2011 for active employees?

             

            Celambarasan

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              João Franco

              what i mean is that i need to count the employees active in 2011 on selecting 2011.

              What i need is to be able to count the number of active employees on a determined date. For example, if i select 2011, i need to see how many employees were active until the end of 2011. If i select 2012, get the number of employees that are still active to this date.

              What the function lastvalue() does is retrieve the last known status of each employee, i.e. the last record's status. That does not help me because when i select 2011, an employee who got fired in 2012 appears as inactive. 

              In short, i need the lastvalue() to retrieve the last record in accordance to the select calendar year.

               

              can understand ?

              • Re: Head Count
                Celambarasan Adhimulam

                Hi,

                     In that case this methd itself will help know?

                Table:

                     Load

                          *,

                     if(DateField>=AdmissionDate and DateField<=DemissionDate , 1,0) as isActive

                     From Datasource;

                Then use set analysis as

                     Sum({<TypeContract={"101","102","103","104","105","106","107","108"},isActive={1},YearEmployer={"=$(=Max(Year))"}>} FieldName)

                 

                Celambarasan

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                  João Franco

                  no :| my datefield isn't static... i need to choose beetwen 2009 and 2012.... if i do that in script how he will detect when i'm changing the year ?

                  • Re: Head Count
                    Celambarasan Adhimulam

                    Hi,

                         For that only you are using this to get the selected year

                    YearEmployer={"=$(=Max(Year))"}

                     

                    Celambarasan


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                      João Franco

                      Bahh now i can do it... !! the expression is like that.....

                       

                       

                      =count({<AdmissionDate={"<=$(vMaxDateCalendar)"},CheckActive={"Active"},ContractType={101,102,103,104,105,106,107,108}>} DISTINCT

                      if(

                      aggr( nodistinct max(YearMounth), EmployerNumber) = YearMounth

                      ,

                      EmployerNumber

                      )

                      )

                       

                       

                      ok.... now this is working..... BUT when i make in the set analysis

                       

                      YearEmployer={"=$(=Max(Year))"} it doesn't nothing, even  i make (Year)-1   ..... nothing....

                       

                      and when i make

                       

                      YEAR={"$(=only(Year))"}

                       

                      it's ok.... perfect... BUT when i make the last year.... i make

                       

                      YEAR={"$(=only(Year)-1)"}  or YEAR={"$(=only(Year-1))"}

                       

                       

                      and that makes the expression on zero....  "0" :| can't understand why...

                       

                       

                      anybody can help me ?!  i apreciate.......

                       

                       

                      [   ]

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    qliksus

    Your expression syntax is wrong

     

     

     

    if(

    max({< YearEmployer = {"$(=only(Year))"}>}YearMOunthEmployer

    and( DemissionDate >= vMinDateCalendar or LEN( DemissionDate) = 0 ) ,1 ) ,NumEmployer )

     

    here you have not specified what u want to take in the Max function and aggr is created

     

    without any domension so correct that to get some results

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      João Franco

      Qliksus ty...

       

      i don't understand what u want to mean....

       

      i made that with ur answer.....

       

      max({< YearEmployer = {"$(=only(Year))"}>}YearMOunthEmployer)

                        and(

                                    DemissionDate >= vMinDateCalendar

                                     or

                                    LEN( DemissionDate) = 0

                             )

                             ,1

                     )

             ,NumEmployer)

       

       

       

      the aggr it's not the NumEmployer to get dimension ?!

       

      ty