Headcount each hour by department or location

sjohn627

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  1. 365
  2. 2013
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  1. Windows
I need to calculate the number of employees scheduled to work each hour, each day of the week, and also by location or department. I have made the following formula which totals up nicely the total employees working per hour, but I am not sure how to also do by location/department.

=COUNTIFS(Employees!$W$3:$W$149,"<="&'Headcount Totals'!A19,Employees!$X$3:$X$149,">="&'Headcount Totals'!A19)

Employees is a tab and Headcount Totals is the tab I am inserting the formula to make a few spreadsheets. Any suggestions?
 

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maabadi

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Add one more Criteria range for Locations/Departments Range and one Criteria for Location/Departments you want.
 

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