Heh… when we see some readily consumable test data, we may be able to come up with the answer to that. 😉
If it were me, I’d have a “extra employee” (always just one more than the number of employees available for the day) and use it as an “overflow” for meetings that are too much for the set of employees to handle. If the meetings aren’t scheduled by whatever system makes the “random” assignments, then that’s the best you can do is report that someone just tried to put 4 pounds of poop in a 3 pound bag. Hopefully, the system scheduling the meetings is a bit more intelligent than that.
There’s also going to be a huge scheduling problem if the “MeetingTime (duration in minutes)” isn’t some consistent value across all meetings.
This is one of those things where I’d tell people, “Use Outlook or something similar to schedule your meetings”. 😀
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"Change is inevitable... change for the better is not."
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