Cost Spread Allocation

SAMEERS

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Hello All
Request help with formula on Cost Spread between specific dates of Months. The dates & actions are dynamic in nature but able to derive the overall action cost. not able to spread the cost in Months

My Cost Savings is available in
Column
AE2, this needs to be bifurcated Month on Month basis the Column T & Column S in conjunction with Column AG 2 - AO2 to populate the cost Savings under Column AG3 - AO3


Your help will be highly appreciated to complete my annual project

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZAAABACADAEAFAGAHAIAJAKALAMANAO
E.IDEMETWAENCALOBCountryAnualized CTC $USDHourly Rate $ USD W HrsL% LCTC $ Hourly Loaded Rate $ USD Weekly Loaded CTC $USD MLCTCAction TypeAction DateStart DateEnd DateAction Duration (WKs)Interm Furlough Working Period
( Wks)
Action
(Saved Weeks )
% Week's SavedAPL%Effective Loaded Rate by Action TypeHour reduction per week (in %)Saved HrsBase Salary/Wage/ Rate reduction (in %)Weekly Salary SavingsAction Period SavingsAverage Monthly Savings30-Apr-2031-May-2030-Jun-2031-Jul-2031-Aug-2030-Sep-2031-Oct-2030-Nov-2031-Dec-20
51620396ABCPYGFPPENNUS
41600
20
40
18.00%
49088
24
944
4091
Furlough - continuous
20-Apr-20
27-Apr-20
4-Jul-20
14014100%18%240%00%944128385664?????????


 

SAMEERS

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Hi Eric

RIF & Involuntary dates are same dates as Start & End Dates when the employee is terminated, therefore the salary paid is till last date & savings should reflect onwards of last date, which is not getting captured in the formula, how can we get this intact
 

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SAMEERS

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Hi Ric

Please refer below, there are 2 Action Types

1. Furlough - The formula is capturing the savings with Start Date & End Date correctly
2. RIF ( Termination Date) - The formula is not capturing this correctly as for RIF Action the Start & End Date is the same

The employee was
Furloughed
between May 04, 2020 - Aug 13, 2020, then he was terminated on Aug 14, 2020
Formula used is =IF($U2=$T2,DAY(AH$1)/($AX$1-$AH$1+DAY($AH$1)),(MAX(-1,MIN(AH$1,$U2)-MAX(AH$1-DAY(AH$1)+1,$T2))+1)/($U2-$T2+1))*$AF2

Condition 2 (RIF) should be capturing from Aug 14 - till the end
Please see e.g.
SAP IDEmployee NameEmployee TypeWork AuthEntityClient AccountL0LOBCountryAnualized CTC $USDHourly Rate $ USDStd Weekly HrsLoading % Annual Loaded CTC $ USD Hourly Loaded Rate $ USD Weekly Loaded CTC $USD Monthly Loaded CTC $USDAction TypeAction DateStart DateEnd DateAction Duration (WKs)Intermitent Furlough Working Period
( Wks)
Action
(Saved Weeks )
% Week's SavedAction Period LoadingEffective Loaded Rate by Action TypeHour reduction per week (in %)Saved HrsBase Salary/Wage/ Rate reduction (in %)Weekly Salary SavingsAction Period SavingsAverage Monthly Savings30-Apr-2031-May-2030-Jun-20AMJ'2031-Jul-2031-Aug-2030-Sep-20JAS'20AMJ'20 & JAS'20 Combined31-Oct-2030-Nov-2031-Dec-20OND'20AMJ'20 + JAS'20 + OND'20 Combined31-Jan-2128-Feb-2131-Mar-21JFM'21FY '21
1ASalaried - ExemptCitizen1aX
2.0
2.01USA115000
55
40
22.70%
141105
68
2714
11759
Furlough - continuous8-May-204-May-2013-Aug-2020020100%9%600%00%24114869414463013367143222768914799620602100548694000048694000048694
2BSalaried - ExemptCitizen1bY
2.0
2.01USA115000
55
40
22.70%
141105
68
2714
11759
RIF14-Aug-2014-Aug-2014-Aug-200028100%23%680%00%2714754372459962006407620018808640764076200190143782264076200640719014568366407578764071860175437
 

SAMEERS

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Hi Eric

Please refer below, there are 2 Action Types

1. Furlough - The formula is capturing the savings with Start Date & End Date correctly
2. RIF ( Termination Date) - The formula is not capturing this correctly as for RIF Action the Start & End Date is the same

The employee was

Furloughed

between May 04, 2020 - Aug 13, 2020, then he was terminated on Aug 14, 2020
Formula used is =IF($U2=$T2,DAY(AH$1)/($AX$1-$AH$1+DAY($AH$1)),(MAX(-1,MIN(AH$1,$U2)-MAX(AH$1-DAY(AH$1)+1,$T2))+1)/($U2-$T2+1))*$AF2

Condition 2 (RIF) should be capturing from Aug 14 - till the end
Please see e.g.

SAP IDEmployee NameEmployee TypeWork AuthEntityClient AccountL0LOBCountryAnualized CTC $USDHourly Rate $ USDStd Weekly HrsLoading %Annual Loaded CTC $ USDHourly Loaded Rate $ USDWeekly Loaded CTC $USDMonthly Loaded CTC $USDAction TypeAction DateStart DateEnd DateAction Duration (WKs)Intermitent Furlough Working Period
( Wks)
Action
(Saved Weeks )
% Week's SavedAction Period LoadingEffective Loaded Rate by Action TypeHour reduction per week (in %)Saved HrsBase Salary/Wage/ Rate reduction (in %)Weekly Salary SavingsAction Period SavingsAverage Monthly Savings30-Apr-2031-May-2030-Jun-20AMJ'2031-Jul-2031-Aug-2030-Sep-20JAS'20AMJ'20 & JAS'20 Combined31-Oct-2030-Nov-2031-Dec-20OND'20AMJ'20 + JAS'20 + OND'20 Combined31-Jan-2128-Feb-2131-Mar-21JFM'21FY '21
1ASalaried - ExemptCitizen1aX2.02.01USA115000554022.70%14110568271411759Furlough - continuous8-May-204-May-2013-Aug-2020020100%9%600%00%24114869414463013367143222768914799620602100548694000048694000048694
2BSalaried - ExemptCitizen1bY2.02.01USA115000554022.70%14110568271411759RIF14-Aug-2014-Aug-2014-Aug-200028100%23%680%00%2714754372459962006407620018808640764076200190143782264076200640719014568366407578764071860175437
 

Eric W

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Sorry I haven't replied sooner. This was a while back, and I had to remind myself how it works. For the RIF case, the first part of the code: $U2=$T2,DAY(AH$1)/($AX$1-$AH$1+DAY($AH$1)) specifically checks for when the start and end dates are the same. I thought we checked this originally. But can you manually calculate the values you want to see and put them in your sample sheet? I'm unclear as to what you want.
 

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