Intelligent System for Automatic Selection of Teleworking Jobs

 

Volume 4, Issue 3, Number 2, Pages 28-43, Published Online July 20, 2016

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Author(s):

Mahmoud Vahedi Moghadam and Dr. Amir Manian

ABSTRACT:

According to increase usages of teleworking, the necessity of a deep revise in decision making mechanisms of this subject should be mentioned. This work provides key indexes defines for selecting teleworking job candidates. The extracted indexes have been weighted using experts’ opinion and in the last phase a software is developed based on data extracted.

KEYWORDS:

Green Economics, Teleworking, Decision support systems, Human resource management, Computer software

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