Building an hierarchy with Employee/Manager IDs

dtarockoff

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I have a sheet with a bunch of rows of employees, each with an employee ID, employee name, their manager's ID, and manager's name. Two of the rows belong to employees that are managers of separate departments, and from there the hierarchy begins...there are a handful of employees under each of the top 2-level managers, that then have several employees under them, and so on and so on, with the number of employees increasing as you get more granular. There are ~400 employees total.

I am looking to build it out in a way that I can have a tabular pivot-type output that can be updated automatically when I change the source data (I won't be changing any employee IDs/names or manager IDs/names, just other classifications that are agnostic of this exercise).

I've laid this out manually already by copying and pasting everything across columns in a separate sheet, which gets the job done but doesn't account for updates I may make.

What kind of layout/formulas would you suggest?
 

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