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A model for calculating motivational payments to employees using fuzzy logic. Journal title 2019; 2 (8) :33-44
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The human resources employed by organizations are the main source of funds for managers, and HRM is the most important and perhaps most important task of managers. Behavior and activity of humans is due to their motives or needs. The issue of allocating fair rewards to those who have a motivational aspect has always been a concern for the managers of the organization. In this paper, we have tried to provide a model for calculating motivational payments to employees. Given the nature of the uncertainty of individuals in organizations, this research uses a fuzzy logic method to provide a methodology to address this issue. It is worth noting that the resulting model is presented to evaluate its effectiveness in a training organization and its results. Due to the obvious capabilities of the fuzzy method in helping to make decisions with uncertainty, this method will be used in the calculations of this model. The present model has been used for the number of 23 people in the organization and the motivational reward has been calculated per person. The results indicate that executives are fair and satisfied with the amount of rewards allocated to employees
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Received: 2018/05/29 | Accepted: 2018/12/30 | Published: 2019/09/14

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