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    Register with Bradford Score

    Hello,

    I'm trying to create a register, where it will calculate the Bradford Score (episodesOfSick^2*numberOfDays).

    This would be easy to do if all the cells of working days were next to each other. However, as shown on the attached file i need rows separating weeks and months. So if someone's sickness is carried from one week to the next the spreadsheet counts it as two episodes of sick and not one.

    Is there a solution?

    Thanks in advance

    Matt
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    Re: Register with Bradford Score

    The easy answer is to get rid of the in-between rows -- it's bad spreadsheet design. You can tally hours by week in a separate column.
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    Re: Register with Bradford Score

    OK,

    but if someone is sick for a day either side of a holiday then this would still get counted as two periods rather than one.

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    Re: Register with Bradford Score

    after removing totals between days then if a person is sick mon and friday put an s in saturday and sunday that will block them into groups
    to calculate days sick (not counting sat and sun use)
    =SUMPRODUCT(--(C11:C42<>"sat"),--(C11:C42<>"sun"),--(E11:E42="s"))
    to count blocks you can utilise offset
    like this
    =SUMPRODUCT(--(OFFSET(C12:C42,-1,0)<>"s"),--(C12:C42="s"))
    see attached
    also i added the last day of previous month at top this is to stop blocks being counted twice from month to month
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