- Research Scholar, Faculty of Commerce and Management, Rama University, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India
As of late, there has been noticed expanding mindfulness inside business networks on the criticalness of practicing environmental awareness and embracing different climate of the board techniques. Considering the whole expanding social class and ecological emergency nowadays, maintainable improvement is an unquestionable requirement for business production. Maintainable advancement has now become the need of the hour. The idea of worry for climate appears to have a sweeping critical function for eco-accommodating practices with a current motivation to make strides toward environmental friendliness idea in human resource management (HRM). Green HRM is a key business guide cutting impression in ‘Going-green’. The laurels of green HRM accompanies a profound feeling of movement and association of all administrative levels with intricate and unforeseen objective, contribution, adaptability, and maintainability. Green HR uses a representative interface to advance supportable practices and embraces eco-accommodating HR activities to build profitability and upgrade productivity. There is a mounting need across the globe for reconciliation of business, the executives, and ecological management. This present research paper proposes selections of feasible and eco-accommodating practices by human resource management divisions in associations looking like green HRM. Green HRM is an idea that has been picked up for consideration by researchers as of late. This applied paper further adds to the essential comprehension of this thought.
Keywords: Green HRM, sustainable development, eco-friendly, green HRM practices, human resources
[This article belongs to NOLEGEIN Journal of Human Resource Management & Development(njhrmd)]
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|Received||May 2, 2021|
|Accepted||May 12, 2021|
|Published||May 30, 2021|