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2014 | 5 | nr 1 | 42--50
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Multidimensional Personnel Selection Through Combination of TOPSIS and Hungary Assignment Algorithm

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This paper proposes an effective solution based on combined TOPSIS and Hungary assignment approach to help companies that need to assign personnel to different departments. An extension of TOPSIS (technique for order performance by similarity to ideal solution) combined by Hungary assignment algorithm is represented for this purpose. According to decrease resistance of employee opposite of recruitment of new employee, Decision criteria are obtained from the nominal group technique (NGT) and managers of each departments has been involved in decision making process. In the presented solution, managers of four departments have been involved in evaluating four candidates for their department and data is analyzed by TOPSIS and at the end, an effective fit between personnel and their corresponding department is presented. (original abstract)
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5
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42--50
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  • University of Tehran, Iran
  • Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
  • University of Tehran, Iran
  • Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
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