A study on the Analyzing the Implementation of Green HRM Practices in Selected Companies in Chhattisgarh

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  • Ramkrishnan Prasad Phd Scholar, Shrinivas Institute of management and commerce, Mangalore

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31305/trjtm2022.v02.n03.002

Keywords:

Policies and Procedure, Green HRM, Future Success

Abstract

Businesses today understand the critical need of adopting Green HRM practises, which have a direct bearing on their long-term viability. Green HRM, or human resource management that prioritises environmental sustainability, refers to the use of HRM principles and practises to ensure the efficient and responsible use of an organization's resources. The term "green HRM" refers to a set of practises that are implemented with the goal of preventing damage to the environment and safeguarding the planet from potential natural and anthropogenic calamities. This article examines what green HRM is, why it's important, and what kinds of green HR initiatives and practises may help bring about green HRM in the workplace. The state of Chhattisgarh contains 23 public sector entities, all of which might benefit greatly from implementing Green HRM policies and procedures. This paper explores sustainable methods that businesses may implement to position themselves for future success.

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2022-10-03

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Prasad, R. . (2022). A study on the Analyzing the Implementation of Green HRM Practices in Selected Companies in Chhattisgarh . TECHNO REVIEW Journal of Technology and Management, 2(3), 07–13. https://doi.org/10.31305/trjtm2022.v02.n03.002

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