Antecedents and Consequences of Sustainable Career: A Conceptual Model
Keywords:Career Stage, Employee Well-Being, Sustainable Career, Sustainable HRM
In this era of fast-changing workplace, sustainable career has emerged as a contested domain both for employees and the organizations. Currently, there is scant scholarship on the parsimonious model of sustainable career development, addressing antecedents and consequences of the issue. To fill this research gap, the study proposes a model of sustainable career by utilizing the theoretical discourse of conservation of resources theory and life-span theory. The conceptual exposition emphasizes on investigating sustainable HRM (S-HRM) practices as an antecedent of sustainable career and the impact of (S-HRM) on employee well-being through mediating mechanism of sustainable career. Further, the study highlights the considerable significance of career stage as a moderator between (S-HRM) practices and sustainable career as individuals on different career stages have multiple perceptions regarding sustainability of their careers. The study offers new insights into the scholarship of sustainable career and proffered to empirically test the model in future.
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