11-27-2020 02:57 AM
11-27-2020 04:51 AM
Full-Time employee visible only.
Presumably meaning only the records of FTE are visible to you, the user. Said another way, FILTER out part-time, temp, etc?
If you are using the most recent release of Excel, there's a function called FILTER that could do it, "it" being to display only the FTE records.
Here's a resource that could help you write the formula using FILTER in your own case. https://exceljet.net/excel-functions/excel-filter-function
Or you could post a copy of your actual sheet (or a sample of it) just being sure to remove any real info of real employee names or other identifiable data elements (SSN, address, phone #, etc).
11-27-2020 04:55 AM - edited 11-27-2020 04:56 AM
Of course, another way, if the Excel data comes from an outside source, would be to alter the process by which you extract the data in the first place.
[I'm retired now, but in my working career was the director of the HR/Payroll database for a major corporation, so I've worked with exactly this kind of situation many times. And am aware of the many wrinkles in using Excel to analyze HR/Payroll data.]