Vacation Accrual Formula

ddwirth69

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Can anyone suggest an easy formula for the following vacation accrual:

0-1 year 4 hrs per month
2-4 years 8 hrs per month
5-10 years 12 hours per month
10+ years 15 hours per month

Accrual is based on date of hire
 

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njimack

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Re: Vacation Accrual Formula Help

If A1 contains date of hire...
=LOOKUP(DATEDIF(A1,TODAY(),"y"),{0,2,5,10},{4,8,12,15})&" hrs per month"
 

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