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Effects of Green Human Resource Management practices on environmental performance: Evidence from Textile Sector of Emerging Country

Khan, Sidra (2022): Effects of Green Human Resource Management practices on environmental performance: Evidence from Textile Sector of Emerging Country.

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Abstract

This research study explores the impact of Green Human Resource Management practices such as Green Recruitment & Selection, Green Training & Development, Green Employee Empowerment, Green Rewards & Compensation and Green Performance Management on Environmental Performance in context with textile sector. In today’s fast moving world where manufacturing and production industries are in vogue, so there is a huge requirement to follow these Green HRM practices to minimize the usage of electricity and power, for the proper utilization of resources and for the sustainability of environment. The data was analyzed by using partial Least Square (PLS) and structural Equation Modeling (SEM) and the discrepancies in relationships were reported. The outcomes of this research study will not only help employees but also help students to study and explore more about Green Human Resource Management activities and their applications in organization for the sustainability of environment. This research will also helpful for the managers or supervisors who can initiates GHRM practices in their firms or workplaces to make the environment green.

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