CRITERIAS AS ELEMENTS OF THE MULTI CRITERIA ANALYSIS IN SELECTION OF PERSONNEL IN THE TOURISM INDUSTRY

  • Anđelka Štilić The College of Tourism, Serbia
Keywords: multi-criteria analysis, HRM, criteria, preference, weight factors

Abstract

The focus of this paper is on the criteria in the multi-criteria analysis in the selection of personnel in the tourism industry. In the introductory part, the context of multi-criteria analysis as the decision-making segment is given, and subsequently, basic human resource management concepts with the emphasis on personnel selection are presented using the methods of multi-criteria analysis. The concepts of criteria and preferences are also defined and illustrated through the literature; and personality tests, whose results can be an integral part of the criteria, are briefly overviewed.

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Published
2019-07-26
How to Cite
Štilić, A. (2019). CRITERIAS AS ELEMENTS OF THE MULTI CRITERIA ANALYSIS IN SELECTION OF PERSONNEL IN THE TOURISM INDUSTRY. Knowledge International Journal, 32(1), 51 - 54. Retrieved from https://ikm.mk/ojs/index.php/KIJ/article/view/1402