An Application of AHP and Similarity-Based Approach to Personnel Selection

Ahmad Jafarnejad Chaghooshi, Hossein Janatifar, Maedeh Dehghan

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Personnel selection is an important part of human resources management policy in any enterprise. Personnel selection process is aimed at choosing the best candidate to fill the defined vacancy in a company. The aim of this study is applying an integrated method for personnel selection. In this paper, the weights of each criterion are calculated using AHP method. After that, Similarity method is utilized to rank the alternatives. Then we select the best person based on these results. The outcome of this research is ranking and selecting person with the help of AHP and Similarity techniques.


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