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JCR. 2020; 7(18): 4728-4731


“Green Human Resource Management- Development of Sustainable relations between Humans and Nature in the corporate setups.”

Dr. Smita Chaitanya Pangarkar.

Abstract
GREEN & HUMAN RESOURCE …these words are a form of life. Both if go hand in hand can make the
world a better place to live in. With this thought researcher has chosen Green Human Resource management as the
base of the study as it is the upcoming concept which has now got routed as one of the important and real factor of
concern for many organizations. Management of Human resource by keeping the nature at the top of all priorities
becomes a challenge as well as an opportunity for the companies to develop grow and educate their most values
asset i.e. Human Resource in a better work culture and environment. This helps the organizations to bring the
workforce together to support the social as well as economical cause. Green Human Resource Management (HRM)
encompasses major elements such as Environmental awareness and Safeguardthe nature for sustainable goals in a
two way process of Employee Management and contributions to the society. The term Green HRM is mostly used
to refer to the contribution of HRM policies and practices towards the broader corporate environmental agenda. It
refers to using every employee to support sustainable practices and increase employee awareness and commitments
on the issue of sustainability.

Key words: Green Human Resource, Sustainability, eco-friendly equipment, Awareness, responsibility, selfdiscipline rewards, recognition



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