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a simple problem i have...work time is 8.5 hours while paid break is 1.25...paid break is divided into 3 parts 0.5, 0.25 and 0.5...any body knows how to compute the adherance to this? the goal of this problem is to compute the break adherance of an employee. An employee has 3 breaks that is 30 minutes (0.5) 15 minutes (0.25) and another last break of 30 minutes (0.5). if an employee's record on 1st break is like start is 11:30 AM and ends at 12:00 PM then the difference of the time is 30 minutes...therefore if his time is 30 minutes then he should get 100% on that particular break...so the same goes with the other break parts...overall an average of the total 3 break is the final mark..so if the employee's break scores are all 100% then he gets final score of 100%.... im not sure how to derive a formula on this... all i have is Adherence=work time minus paid break divided by work time....but i am not getting a 100% score when computing it...

regards,

stoey

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# Computing the Adherance

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