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    Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling 30 day point system.

    Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling six month, but a point will roll off if you go thirty days without another point. So essentially every point will expire in six months automatically, but perfect attendance for thirty days following an incident will cause that incident to roll off.


    Absent = 1 pt
    Tardiness = .5



    www.dropbox[.]com/s/zexoqkj7tuycttq/Attendance.xlsx?dl=0

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    Re: Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling 30 day point system.

    This should do the job I think.
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    Re: Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling 30 day point system.

    That seems close but when I clear the names points remain in D7 and D9 and D11.

    When the names and absent/tardy is cleared out .5 points remain in D2,3,4,5,6,8,10,12

    IDK why the formulas are exactly the same, so why would D7 be 0 but D8 be .5?

    Did you see my spreadsheet? I like the idea of having employees separate so that the managers can show the employees their points without disclosing others.

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    Re: Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling 30 day point system.

    Please upload the file here (in the form) and not in the dropbox.
    Not anyone may have dropbox.
    Mark the thread as solved if you are satisfied with the answer.


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    Re: Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling 30 day point system.

    OK. I think I attached it.
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    Re: Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling 30 day point system.

    Hey there,
    It seems to be confusing. I got the point that 1 point is rolled off after 30 days of perfect attendance. However, from your spreadsheet it seems to me that you have many categories for absenteeism like AL, EA, LE, etc. But in your post you just wrote two of them "Absent" and "Tardiness". Can you please be more specific to what will be written in the range H7:NJ7?
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    Re: Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling 30 day point system.

    Hi taylorsm, sorry, I didn't see your workbook before. Dropbox wouldn't agree with me
    I see your dropdown in row 7. I don't know how you would clear them after 30days...maybe a macro?
    Can you add the points into row 8, just under the dropdown?
    If so, you could pretty much use the formula I put in my column D into your row 8 and it would change the points to 0 after 30 days perfect attendance.
    Anyway, bedtime now....hopefully one of these other guys will have it solved before I awake

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    Please help

    Please help


    Attached is a Attendance tracker that I need your help with. I need a column added for excused days but not counted in the formula. Also I need the formula to recognize if I deduct a point or half point and it still be able to add correctly for infractions. is this feasible?
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    Last edited by jamesbolden2015; 01-24-2016 at 09:11 PM.

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    Re: Please help

    Just insert a new column and copy the formula over, just changing the "NCNS" to "ED" or something and in the Total formula, just make sure the total still only lists the three columns you are wanting to count.

    I think I did what you were looking for.

    No clue what your other question is referring to though. Sorry.


    Anyone have any help for my original question?
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    Re: Please help

    When you go to add a late or tardy it adds up correctly by the formula. But I want to be able to deduct for perfect attendance. So If I just go over to the total points column and subtract manually the formula is messed up. Meaning If I add another late or tardy it will not add at all.

    I would like a column for Perfect Attendance that will subtract from the total. If you have 3 points but in 90 days you have perfect attendance then I will give you a 1/2 point reward = 2.5.
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    Re: Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling 30 day point system.

    Oh, yeah, then you are in a similar boat as me.

    Maybe have additional column that is for perfect attendance points removed and make it negative points, and add that into your other points. So if you have +1 point and then you have a column where you can enter -1 and it will offset.

    Or maybe change whatever "tardy" to a "tardy roll off" where the formula doesn't count it any more. Does that make sense?

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    Re: Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling 30 day point system.

    Taylor, honestly I am lost. I have until Feb 1st. And I have no clue.


    Could you add it into a column like you did the ED

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    Re: Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling 30 day point system.

    how do I make it for negative points. Can I use the same formula but use negative values instead?

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    Re: Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling 30 day point system.

    Hi taylorsm, I didn't get an answer as to whether you can use row 8 to do calculate your points. If so I'll work something out for you, otherwise let me know. I see you have a drop-down in rows 7 to 22 but only 1 name...will they be used for something or was that for a previous idea?
    ...going out this evening, but will be back in a few hours... Look forward to a some further info

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    Re: Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling 30 day point system.

    Hey sorry, I have uploaded what is actually my latest file. I am at the office now, so this is what I have going for me now.

    I can do whatever I need to do, as long as it is idiot proof to read. This will be given to managers to keep track of their teams and so it needs to be easy to read/understand.

    Boxes outside of the one row will be empty. Each team member will be on their own page for privacy reasons.
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    Re: Please help

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesbolden2015 View Post
    When you go to add a late or tardy it adds up correctly by the formula. But I want to be able to deduct for perfect attendance. So If I just go over to the total points column and subtract manually the formula is messed up. Meaning If I add another late or tardy it will not add at all.

    I would like a column for Perfect Attendance that will subtract from the total. If you have 3 points but in 90 days you have perfect attendance then I will give you a 1/2 point reward = 2.5.
    I am at work so I can't do much more, but you could do something like this. Just enter -1,-2 or whatever into the PA (perfect attendance) box and the formula will adjust.
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    Re: Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling 30 day point system.

    Kool, sounds good taylorsm. Unfortunately I am just heading to bed as I have to attend Australia Day functions in the morning, but I will return with a "hopeful" solution after lunch. Give me 13 hours... sorry.. stupid time zones

    I have a solution in mind to easily work with work current sheets, and 2 or 3 others that might give you a nicer looking layout for the managers. I will post what I can as soon as I can

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    Re: Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling 30 day point system.

    A quick question. The 30 days...are they 30 days calendar-wise or are they 30 working days (Mon-Fri only)?

    Edit: Added file.

    If the 30 days are consecutive, including weekends and holidays, then this should work.
    I created a vlookup table for the points in A1:C4.
    The formulas are in row 8. B12 has =today in it, but you can change that to simulate different days throughout the year to test that it works.
    Once you are confident that it does, you can replace that cell reference with Today() in the formulas and delete that cell.
    I have only made changes to the N.Davidson sheet.
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    Re: Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling 30 day point system.

    @ beamernsw how would I copy the N.Davidson sheet and make copies and just change the name instead of editing each page for each employee?

    also is there a way to make it that if a employee goes 30 days without any days missed or late to add a point back to them?>
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    Re: Need to track work attendance (absent/tardiness) via rolling 30 day point system.

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