Role of Mathematical Model of Human Resource Allocation in Organization

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Nisha Puniya


Programming is one of the main principles in management. Programming is the base of procedural and managerial principle that organizations combine and incorporate all their activities and efforts about desired purposes, the way to reach it and how going through the way and achievement to organizational results is its performance purpose. Therefore, management must have an appropriate programming for all it's under control resource. One of these resources taken into account strategic resource for organization is human resource that is important and associate to strategic issue component. Human resource programming is a part of overall organization programming and its purpose is recognition and supply of needed personnel regarding future changes. Human resource programming helps organization to estimate organizational and environmental changes relevance to its activities with minimum costs. Indeed, human resource programming considers human needs in two quantitative and qualitative respects that mean it answers two basic questions: how many persons? And what type of personnel? At the same time, human resource programming considers more extensive issue related to employment methods and personnel developments for enhancement of organization effectiveness and for this reason it plays an important role in human resource management. Our purpose in this research is a model presentation for human resource allocation in Finance and Economy Affairs Organization in Ardakan Township via linear programming using obtained information from mentioned organization including number of organizational units, persons classifying in different parts of organization, employee's mean received salary, ordinary employee's education cost and maximum allocation salary and employee's period budget. Operational research software (QM) has been used for model results achievement.

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Nisha Puniya. (2019). Role of Mathematical Model of Human Resource Allocation in Organization. International Journal on Future Revolution in Computer Science &Amp; Communication Engineering, 5(2), 65–66. Retrieved from