The Study of Green Human Resource Management and its effect on employees’ health in Automobile Industry

  • Anuradha Anuradha Bharati Vidyapeeth Institute of Management & Research, New Delhi
  • A K Srivastava
Keywords: Green HRM, Employee Behaviour, Employee Health, Employee Commitment, green initiatives

Abstract

As of late, there has been an expanding mindfulness inside business networks on the essentialness of making strides toward environmental friendliness and receiving different condition management methods. As the corporate world is going worldwide, the business is encountering a move from a regular money related structure to a cutting edge limit based economy which is prepared to investigate green financial aspects of business. Today, Green Human Resource Management (GHRM) has turned into a key business methodology for the noteworthy associations where Human Resource Departments have a functioning influence in making strides toward environmental friendliness at the workplace. The main objective of this study is to review Green Human Resource Management and its effect on Employees Health in Automobile Industry. This study focuses on how and why Green Human Resource Management practices are implemented by different organizations. This study also reviews the negative and positive impacts of green-HRM practices on employee health and the employee commitment levels in organizations.

 

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Author Biography

Anuradha Anuradha, Bharati Vidyapeeth Institute of Management & Research, New Delhi

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Published
2019-03-02