The following data definition defines an organization's employee hierarchy.

An employee is a manager if any other employee has their managerId set to this employee's id. That means John is a manager if at least one other employee has their managerId set to John's id.

TABLE employees
  id INTEGER NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY
  managerId INTEGER
  name VARCHAR(30) NOT NULL
  FOREIGN KEY (managerId) REFERENCES employees(id)

Write a query that selects only the names of employees who are not managers.

See the example case for more details.

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Tags

  • SQL
  • Conditions
  • Select
  • Subqueries
  • Public
  • Hard

Difficulty: Hard

Duration: 7 min

Author:Mario Živić

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