Green HRM and Green Business: A Proposed Model for Organizational Sustainability

Mohammad Muzahidul Islam, Jahidul Islam, A. K. M. Kanak Pervez, Nur Nabi

Abstract


Nowadays, sustainability is a significant issue of concern to the people of every sphere of society such as the policy makers, researchers, entrepreneurs and corporate leaders to inspect any effective solution in the context of climatic change. Both green business and green Human Resources Management (HRM) are also experiencing successful innovative practices in the modern organization. Considering theseviews, the principalpurpose of this exploration was to discover the significance of both green business and green HRM for ensuring organizational sustainability. For this study, we have collected the required secondary data from various journals, articles and websites. Inmost of the earlier studies, green business functions and green HRM activities are considered separately toward organizational sustainability. In this article, we put forward a green business and green HRM model inclusively for organizationalsustainability in the light of shared value approach throught out the organization.The model is mainly focused on the sustainability of an organization through the help of ensuring green HRM practices and green entrepreneurship development in the industrial world.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/emsd.v8i3.14926

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