||The completion of the enlistment has become an important goal to us. To realize the policy of establishing modern military force of proper quantity, high quality and strong power, the need of high standard man power, operation and the equipment maintenance has become highly crucial. The history of enlisting professional enlisted men/women has been around 5 or 6 years, and the number of the quantity is growing gradually every year. However, the personal efficiency assessment of enlisted man/women is so far following the rules set for the officers and the NCOs (Non-Commissioned Officer), and doesn’t have a specific assessment themselves. Therefore, we still don’t have a concrete and complete report for the actual quality of the enlisted man/women, the satisfaction at their performance, and the fulfillment of realizing the original target of the enlistment. Nevertheless, the assessment is fairly important for it is closely related to the optimization of our army. The enlisted men/women are the basic manpower and also the major part of our force, hence, they must be well-qualified, extremely loyal, highly magnanimous, and also have a great performance. Therefore, with the limited number of the enlisted men/women, we have to have a restrained, effective, perfect management of human resource to select, train, employ, keep the superior, and eliminate the inferior.|
Moreover, the content, the category, and the overall grade of the assessment given to our army usually come with ranks, which have too wide range and lack of objectivity. Besides, the fairness is often influenced by the artificial factors and the results may affect certain people’s right and interest. Therefore, we try to use Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) to transfer the rankings into the weighted scores, and by doing so, we are able to effectively reduce and constrain the parts which are over influenced by artificial factors, so that our assessments can be fairer and more reasonable. Also we can develop a specified assessment of working performance for the enlisted men/women to separate from the ones set for the officers and the NCOs, and most important of all, for the reference to authority concerned to assess the enlisted men/women.