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Research on Human Resource Allocation Efficiency of Dalian Port Enterprises Based on Super-Efficiency SBM Model

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DOI: 10.23977/jhrd.2023.050609 | Downloads: 3 | Views: 225

Author(s)

Guangying Jin 1, Wei Feng 1, Chunhui Yang 1, Qingpu Meng 1

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1 School of Maritime Economics and Management, Dalian Maritime University, Dalian, China

Corresponding Author

Guangying Jin

ABSTRACT

Dalian Port, located at the southern end of the Liaodong Peninsula, serves as the gateway to Northeast China and is the most important comprehensive foreign trade port in the region. Efficient human resource management plays a crucial role in the development of Dalian Port. This study utilizes the Super-Efficiency SBM model to investigate the human resource allocation efficiency of Dalian Port enterprises, proposing corresponding strategies. As the gateway to Northeast China, Dalian Port is located at the southern end of the Liaodong Peninsula. It is also the most important comprehensive foreign trade port in Northeast China. As the hub and dominant position of the Northeast Port, Dalian Port has the three northeastern provinces as its economic hinterland and is close to the Arctic waterway. The inner harbor of the port is wide and deep, with a total water area of 346 square kilometers. Although it is located in the north, it does not freeze in winter. It has more than 80 modern professional berths that can accommodate ships of 10,000 tons. The port's throughput and complete functions have great advantages in the Arctic shipping lanes. Dalian Port has complete functions, such as six major functions: loading and unloading and storage, multimodal transport, transportation agency, transfer loading, communication information and daily life services. In terms of throughput: In 2018, the cargo throughput of Dalian Port exceeded 468 million tons.

KEYWORDS

Super-Efficiency SBM, Dalian Port, enterprise human resource allocation, efficiency

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Guangying Jin, Wei Feng, Chunhui Yang, Qingpu Meng, Research on Human Resource Allocation Efficiency of Dalian Port Enterprises Based on Super-Efficiency SBM Model. Journal of Human Resource Development (2023) Vol. 5: 57-62. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jhrd.2023.050609.

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