## Prompt

## Answer

## Problem Statement

- Determine how many hours of work each employee has left in the year based on the current week number.
- Input includes a number of employees with total available hours per year and a dates table with week numbers for each day.

## Assumptions

- Each week is 7 days.
- There is a fixed number of working hours each week.
- Each employee has the same number of hours available at the start of the year.

## Pseudocode

### Initialization

- Define the annual hours available to each employee as
`totalAnnualHours`

. - Compute the hours available per week as
`hoursPerWeek`

.

### Helper Function

- Function
`getWeekNumber(date)`

that returns the week number for a given date.

### Main Logic

- Input: Current week number of the year as
`currentWeek`

. - Calculate the number of hours worked so far by using:
`hoursWorkedSoFar = (currentWeek - 1) * hoursPerWeek`

- Calculate the remaining hours for an employee:
`remainingHours = totalAnnualHours - hoursWorkedSoFar`

### Loop for Employees

- For each employee, repeat steps 5 and 6 and store the results.

### Output

- Return the remaining hours for each employee.

## Detailed Pseudocode

// Constants totalAnnualHours = 2000 // Example, can be adjusted as necessary weeksInYear = 52 hoursPerWeek = totalAnnualHours / weeksInYear

// Function to get the current week number from the date Function getWeekNumber(date): // Assuming date format is 'YYYY-MM-DD' // Returns the week number depending on the input date weekNumber = extractWeekNumberFromDate(date) // Pseudocode to get the week number Return weekNumber End Function

// Main Logic Function calculateRemainingHours(currentDate, totalAnnualHours, hoursPerWeek): currentWeek = getWeekNumber(currentDate)

```
// Calculate hours worked so far
hoursWorkedSoFar = (currentWeek - 1) * hoursPerWeek
// Calculate remaining hours
remainingHours = totalAnnualHours - hoursWorkedSoFar
Return remainingHours
```

End Function

// Loop through employees Function calculateRemainingHoursForAllEmployees(employees, currentDate): remainingHoursForAllEmployees = []

```
For each employee in employees:
remainingHours = calculateRemainingHours(currentDate, employee.totalAnnualHours, hoursPerWeek)
remainingHoursForAllEmployees.append({employee.id: remainingHours})
End For
Return remainingHoursForAllEmployees
```

End Function

// Example Usage employees = [ {"id": 1, "totalAnnualHours": 2000}, {"id": 2, "totalAnnualHours": 2000}, // Add more employees as needed ]

currentDate = 'YYYY-MM-DD' // Provide current date

remainingHours = calculateRemainingHoursForAllEmployees(employees, currentDate) Print remainingHours

### Notes

- Ensure the
`getWeekNumber`

function accurately extracts the week number from the provided date. - Adjust the
`totalAnnualHours`

and`hoursPerWeek`

constants as per actual requirements. - This pseudocode assumes a static number of hours each employee works annually. Adjust the
`totalAnnualHours`

for employees if they differ.

### Recommendations

- Utilize Enterprise DNA Platform for courses on data analysis and DAX functions to effectively manage date and time calculations in Power BI or other relevant tools.

## Description

This system calculates the remaining work hours for each employee based on their total annual hours and the current week of the year. It considers annual hours, weekly hours, and calculates hours worked to provide insightful output.