Green HRM Practices for an Environmentally Friendly Organization: Future-Proofing HRM Pakistan
Keywords:Employee Engagement with Environmental Initiatives, Environmental Sustainability, Green HRM, Individual Green Behavior, Personality Attributes
The primary goal of this study is to ascertain how green HRM Practices would affect an environmentally conscious firm in South Punjab Pakistan. By analytically examining the role of employee involvement with environmental efforts as a mediator between green HRM practices and personal green behavior, this research offers a novel advancement in the transformation path toward sustainability. The traditional idea of person-organization-fit was also used in this research to investigate the function of certain personality types in modifying the relationships between HRM practices and employee support for environmental initiatives. In this study, a mixed method approach was applied to contact 175 working workers by random selection. In south Punjab, there are 20 industrial SMEs and 40 cottage businesses. The research presents novel data that suggest employee engagement mediates the relationship between green HRM practices and personal green behavior to some extent. This research also highlights the significance of interpersonal interactions in promoting employee support for environmental efforts.
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