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GREEN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: A THEORETICAL OVERVIEW
Innovative human resource practices have given organizations a global presence and helped them gain a competitive edge over rival companies. Organizations are confronting environmental challenges due to diversity, globalization, technology, and industry changes. These challenges need to be addressed broadly and handled as well. Employing green human resource management techniques leads to a discernible enhancement in organizational performance because employees adopt different behaviours in their personal and professional lives.For the reason that working life and personal life are mutually reliant, agreen work-life balance idea is put forth to promote environmentally conscious behaviour in both areas of life. By boosting factors like motivation and staff retention, the concept provides opportunities for the environment over and above the business and its people. However, issues like employees' reluctance to let work impact their personal lives must be addressed.Innovative human resource practices have driven global competitiveness.Organizations must manage environmental issues due to diversity, globalization, and industry changes.This study examines thechallenges faced by Indian businessesthat use green human resource management.
Human Resources, Green HRM, Environmental, Paperless, Green Buildings.
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