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Title: Green Human Resource Management Practices Towards Sustainable Performance: An Integrated Mediated Moderated Model
Authors: Waqas, Muhammad
Keywords: Bussiness & Management
green training and development,
green work climate perceptions,
green work climate perceptions,
green attitudes,
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: The Superior College, Lahore
Abstract: Green human resource management (GHRM) is seen as a critical progress driver for boosting sustainable performance as organizations are currently engaging in increased competitiveness, forcing managers to actively find innovative approaches to maximize their essential organizational capital, like human resources. The escalation of global environmental concerns has pushed businesses to embrace sustainable policies aggressively; this may help organizations to become green and competitive. Despite the fact that academics are interested in GHRM, research on green practices is rare, especially in developing countries. Hence, this study bridges this gap in the literature with integration of NRBV theory and the theory of planned behaviour. The goal of this study is to look into the effects of GHRM practices on sustainable performance in Pakistan's textile industry, using the mediating and moderating roles of green attitude, green behaviours and green work climate perceptions. The purpose of this study is to find the impact of GHRM practices on sustainable performance in the textile industry. The influence of the selected predictors (green hiring, training and development and performance management and compensation) on sustainable performance was investigated using self-administered questionnaires. The data was collected using a stratified random sampling technique and then analysed using the SmartPLS method. This research involved 355 employees from the Pakistani textile sector who have implemented GHRM practices at different levels of management. The findings of this study suggest that integrating GHRM practices in textile firms is a key driver of sustainable performance. According to the findings of this study, GHRM practices, as well as green attitudes, behaviour, and work climate perceptions, have a key influence on boosting sustainable performance in the textile industry. As per the results, GHRM practices should be fully integrated into the textile sector's strategic goals. The textile sector ix should prioritize GHRM practices in order to enhance their sustainable performance. This research helps managers to learn how to inspire their workers to solve environmental problems in a more meaningful and positive manner.
Gov't Doc #: 26683
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