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Human Resource Recruitment using Fuzzy Decision Making Method

Journal: International Journal for Scientific Research and Development | IJSRD (Vol.3, No. 10)

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Page : 1064-1068

Keywords : Fuzzy Multi�Attribute Decision Making Method; Linguistic Variables; Fuzzy Numbers; Fuzzy Set;

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Traditional way of recruiting personnel was through a group decision making problem under multiple criteria containing subjectivity, imprecision and vagueness. In order to keep up with increasing competition of globalization and fast technological improvements and changes, Human resource field needs the best fit employee for a job vacancy. This paper proposes a Fuzzy Decision Making (FDM) method for recruitment process of Human Resource management, which is based on the Fuzzy set theory. Different criteria of human resource recruitment process will be given fuzzy linguistic terms such as absolutely low, extremely low, very low, low, medium, high, very high, extremely high, absolutely high depends upon the importance given by the Human Resource manager. Fuzzy Scaled Weight (FSW) will be calculated for all the criteria. Cumulative Fuzzy Value (CFV) is calculated for all the applicants from Fuzzy Scaled Weight values. Interview Fuzzy Value (IFV) is given by the human resource manager for all the applicants attending interviews. Final Fuzzy Value (FFV) will be calculated aggregating both Cumulative Fuzzy Value and Interview Fuzzy Value. Finally, all the applicant records are arranged in the order of FFV values. Then, Human resource manager can select the applicants easily from the arranged list. Fuzzy Decision Making method system is developed to illustrate the above FDM method for the Human Resource recruitment process.

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