Model of optimal distribution of workers by type of work by example of energy enterprise

Oleksandr V. Minkovych

Abstract


In the paper the author’s model of evaluation of labor efficiency for each worker is submitted. The model is based on using such criteria as: 1. Professional competency; 2. Creativity; 3. Responsibility;Leadership; 5. Individual features of character; 6. Managerial skills and knowledge; 7. General assessment of health. The results of evaluation of labor efficiency of workers were used in optimal planning of workers assignment by the type of work based on the efficiency criterion. This model was developed for energy enterprise specialized in gas transportation.

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personnel; managerial decisions; efficiency; optimization model

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