Implementation Of Machine Learning To Determine The Best Employees Using Random Forest Method

  • Putri Taqwa Prasetyaningrun Universitas Mercu Buana Yogyakarta
  • Irfan Pratama universitas mercu buana yogyakarta
  • Albert Yakobus Chandra Universitas Mercubuana Yogyakarta
Keywords: random forest; machine learning; best employees; key performance index


In the world of work the presence of the best employees becomes a benchmark of progress of the company itself. In the determination usually by looking at the performance of the employee e.g. from craft, discipline and also other achievements. The goal is to optimize in decision making to the best employees. Models obtained for employee predictions tested on real data sets provided by IBM analytics, which includes 29 features and about 22005 samples. In this paper we try to build system that predicts employee attribution based on A collection of employee data from kaggle website. We have used four different machines learning algorithms such as KNN (Neighbor K-Nearest), Naïve Bayes, Decision Tree, Random Forest plus two ensemble technique namely stacking and bagging. Results are expressed in terms of classic metrics and algorithms that produce the best result for the available data sets is the Random Forest classifier. It reveals the best withdrawals (0,88) as good as the stacking and bagging method with the same value