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Arab A, hoseini dehshiri S J, Nasiri A. Staffing model based on combination SWARA and ARAS Multi-criteria decision making method Case Study: (Mother Company Tavanir). Journal title 2018; 2 (6) :147-169
URL: http://jde.khu.ac.ir/article-1-71-en.html
university of Tehran
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Personnel selection (PS) is an important process in human resource management. PS process is aimed at choosing the best candidate to fill the defined vacancy in a company. Due to the increasing competition of globalization, selection of the most appropriate personnel is one of the key factors for an organization's success. Decision making for the PS problem, is a complex and multi attribute problem. However, since the appropriate process for extracting PS attribute not being used and the importance and complexity of the problem, call for the method combining both subjective and objective assessments rather than just subjective decisions. The aim of this paper is providing a model based on combination SWARA and ARAS Multi-criteria decision making method for PS problem based on Attributes which Extracts from Job Analysis. Then the Model used for Hiring HR Planning expert in mother company Tavanir. This research was applicable and desktop research in term of purpose and based on experts opinion in term of data gathering. The results show that utilizing MCDM methods in PS problems led to efficiency of the process and since it considers various criteria, it candidates and hires efficient and appropriate human resources in long term periods.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2017/07/7 | Accepted: 2018/01/1 | Published: 2018/03/4

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