Could you please specify the meaning of your formula? I can barely understand it. It’s preferred to share us your detailed data (upload your pbix to Onedrive and share links here) but kindly masking your confidential info.
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The measure is ment for counting available working hours and compare them with the actuals worked hours of employees.
I will translate it to english:
Working hours = IF('Employee hours'[Day]=2;7,6;0)&IF('Employee hours'[Day]=3;7,6;0)&IF('Employee hours'[Day]=4;7,6;0)&IF('Employee hours'[Day]=5;7,6;0)&IF('Employee hours'[Day]=6;7,6;0)
Our working days contain 7,6 hours. So what i did is count 7,6 if the day is a monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday or friday. I display this per month and can see what the "workable" hours are per month.
I compare this with the actuals hours and report a % of worked hours witch is nog more then dividing actuals by workable hours.
But when i do this nowm, i compare actuals (correct) with all workable hours (incorrect). That is why i would like to adjust my measure so that in only count 7,6 hours a day until today.
FIf my understanding is correct, you'd like to compare the standard workhours with actual workhours. your standard workday is from Monday to Friday, with 7.6 hours per day.
I created a calenday table list from 7/1 -today, then add the calculated column to specify the weekday, finally add the measure to generate the total standard workhours: results shown as below, you can find the pbix here: