Green human resource management: A systematic literature review
With the growing awareness of environmental protection as one of the most critical priorities, organizations have begun to integrate environmental activities into all organizational functions. Human resources management as an important organizational function is, in turn, engaged in practices related to environmental protection and preservation of the ecological balance. Thus, Green Human Resource Management (GHRM) is the latest trend in HRM research and has attracted the attention of many researchers and practitioners.
However, there is still a lack of systematic research aimed at analyzing knowledge on green human resource management. The purpose of this study is to systematically review the research conducted in this field, in order to provide a general reflection on the current state of knowledge. Our research identified 148 research papers published in credible databases covering the period 2000-2020. This research provides an important contribution by providing a broad and rigorous review of the concept, practices, challenges, antecedents and consequences of green human resource management. Finally, this research provides a roadmap for future research.
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