The Framework for the Selection of Personnel Based on the SWARA and ARAS Methods Under Uncertainties

  title={The Framework for the Selection of Personnel Based on the SWARA and ARAS Methods Under Uncertainties},
  author={Darjan Karaba{\vs}evi{\'c} and Edmundas Kazimieras Zavadskas and Zenonas Turskis and Dragi{\vs}a Stanujki{\'c}},
In the hiring process at companies, decision makers have underused the methods of the multi-criteria decision-making processes of selection of personnel. Therefore, this paper aims to establish a framework for the selection of candidates during the process of the recruitment and selection of personnel based on the SWARA and ARAS methods under uncertainties. The usability and efficiency of the proposed framework is considered in the conducted case study of the selection of candidate for the… 

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