Accession Number : ADA131593
Title : Balancing Accession and Retention: The Aggregate Model.
Descriptive Note : Professional paper,
Corporate Author : CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES ALEXANDRIA VA NAVAL STUDIES GROUP
Personal Author(s) : Balis,Ellen ; Clay-Mendez,Deborah
PDF Url : ADA131593
Report Date : Jul 1982
Pagination or Media Count : 27
Abstract : The model developed for this study is designed to help select the recruit assignment, accession and reenlistment bonus policies that minimize the total cost of meeting LOS-5 requirements. A disaggregate version of this model and a description of the data used to analyze it are presented. This paper focuses on an aggregate version of the model, which uses 7 rating groups. Solving the problem then involves selecting 7 assignment probabilities and an accession level for each quality type, and 6 zone A bonus levels. The GENDET population is constrained to have a zero bonus multiple, since we have no estimate for its responsiveness to pay. Reducing the problem to this size allows us to find optimal values for each variable. All of the interactions between policy variables for the different rating groups can be taken into account.
Descriptors : *Naval personnel, *Personnel retention, *Reenlistment, *Cost models, Personnel selection, Salaries, Fringe benefits, Incentive contracts, Military force levels, Military requirements, Manpower, Optimization, Human resources, Naval planning
Subject Categories : Personnel Management and Labor Relations
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE