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## Calculating Turnover Rate if Active Employee List and Terminated List are separated

Hello,

The data that I get to make a dashboard is messy. It has the Active and Terminated list on separate tables.

So now I am having a hard time computing for the Turnover Rate.

The date field in my Active List is just the employment start date: AllActive[Employment Start Date] -- there is no column for termination date as they are Active.

For my Terminated List I have: AllTerminated[Employment Start Date] and AllTerminated[Last Day Worked]

Any ideas how I can make this work!

Thanks a million!

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## Re: Calculating Turnover Rate if Active Employee List and Terminated List are separated

I'm making a big assumption about the simplicity of your data here, but if it looks like this:

Active:

Terminated:

You could add a column for "Last Day Worked" to your Active Customers dataset within PowerBI and union these datasets together. Then, you could add some logic (depending on how you set up your new column) to determine a terminated flag, and do some computations from there to get your turnover calc.

Ben

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## Re: Calculating Turnover Rate if Active Employee List and Terminated List are separated

I'm making a big assumption about the simplicity of your data here, but if it looks like this:

Active:

Terminated:

You could add a column for "Last Day Worked" to your Active Customers dataset within PowerBI and union these datasets together. Then, you could add some logic (depending on how you set up your new column) to determine a terminated flag, and do some computations from there to get your turnover calc.

Ben

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## Re: Calculating Turnover Rate if Active Employee List and Terminated List are separated

The data that I get to make a dashboard is messy. It has the Active and Terminated list on separate tables.

So now I am having a hard time computing for the Turnover Rate.

The date field in my Active List is just the employment start date: AllActive[Employment Start Date] -- there is no column for termination date as they are Active.

For my Terminated List I have: AllTerminated[Employment Start Date] and AllTerminated[Last Day Worked]

So you have two tables AllActive and AllTerminated, right? Could you share some sample data of the two tables and clarify more about the expected requirement?

Community Support Team _ Jimmy Tao

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