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Hello I have the following query which is giving me the data from the people not working on Today.

SELECT *
FROM q2employee_work_schedule
WHERE working = 'N' AND date1 = CAST(FLOOR(CAST(getdate() as FLOAT)) as DATETIME)

 but is giving me an employee Code "emp_code" which is fine but I need a name, there is another table called dbo.q2employees, how can I join these two tables to get the preferred name "preferred_name"  and surname

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SELECT q2employee_work_schedule.* ,q2employees.*
FROM q2employee_work_schedule
Inner join q2employees on q2employee_work_schedule.emp_code =q2employees.emp_code
WHERE working = 'N' AND date1 = CAST(FLOOR(CAST(getdate() as FLOAT)) as DATETIME)
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SELECT q2employee_work_schedule.* ,q2employees.preferred_name,q2employees.surname
FROM q2employee_work_schedule
Inner join q2employees on q2employee_work_schedule.emp_code =q2employees.emp_code
WHERE working = 'N' AND date1 = CAST(FLOOR(CAST(getdate() as FLOAT)) as DATETIME)
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Thanks a lot
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