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The Impact of Green Human Resource Management on Sustainable Performance: Literature Review

Adel Ali Yassin Alzyoud*
Applied Science University (ASU), Bahrain

Citation: Alzyoud AAY (2020) The Impact of Green Human Resource Management on Sustainable Performance: Literature Review. SciTech Management Scienes 2020. Thailand 

Received: January 08, 2020         Accepted: January 10, 2020         Published: January 10, 2020

Abstract

In recent years, organizations have faced pressure from stakeholders to adopt environmentally friendly business practices, as it has become imperative to identify green environmental practices that stimulate sustainability. Green Human Resources Management (GHRM) in Environmental Management of organizations is increasingly becoming a major issue for academics and practitioners around the world and its impact on sustainable performance. Moreover, GHRM is a new concept emerging in today's world. The growing interest in the global environment and the development of international environmental governance standards and protocols have created a need for businesses to adopt environmental strategies.In this emerging field, it is generally observed that the existing literature needs to be further expanded from the perspective of HRM functions. Incorporating these practices can help organizations achieve a green corporate culture and improve their sustainable performance in order to strike a balance between environmental, economic and social performance with society, which is the primary responsibility of organizations. The purpose of this review is to explore green human resource management practices based on existing literature and its impact on sustainable performance, and for highlighting the various important works of other workers and at the end of attempts to suggest some green HR initiatives.
 
Keywords:  Green Human Resources Management, Sustainable performance, Green HR initiatives; Environment management.