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JCR. 2020; 7(15): 3706-3712


Green Human Resource Management Studies In Indian Context: A Review Of Literature During The Period From 2015 To 2020

Haridas P.K, Dr. R Chitra Sivasubramanian.

Abstract
The term Green Human Resource Management (GHRM) is a newly emerging concept and it plays a major role
in the sustainable development programmes of organizations. Green Human Resource Management practices
primarily deal with a range of environment-friendly activities and these activities lead to the sustainability of the
organizations. Hence, HR managers in many organizations have introduced many Green HRM practices.
Currently, researchers are conducting studies in the area of Green HRM because of its great significance. The
objective of this paper is to review the Empirical Studies conducted in various Industries in India in the field of
Green HRM. The study is purely based on secondary data. The researcher has reviewed 20 articles for the past
five years (from 2015 to 2020). The data for this study were collected from online by using the key words
related to Green Human Resource Management and Indian Industries. This review paper will further contribute
to the field of Green Human Resource Management Studies.

Key words: Indian Industries, Green Management, Green Human Resource Management.



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