FACTORS INFLUENCING MANAGERS’ PROCLIVITY FOR USING GREEN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES TO ACHIEVE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY IN BANGLADESH
Green Human Resource Management is a new concept that promotes environmental sustainability. Researchers have not widely researched this issue and its dimensions and factors from Bangladesh’s perspective. Application of Green Human Resource Management is not largely visible in local Bangladeshi companies. This research addressed the factors affecting managers’ proclivity for using the Green Human Resource Management concept for achieving environmental sustainability in Bangladeshi Textile Industries. Due to the impact of COVID-19, data was collected from 357 managers and non-managers of textile industries located across Bangladesh using the online platform. Data analysis revealed that managers’ motivation, easy access to IT facilities, and employee commitment significantly influence managers perception to adopt Green Human Resource Management practices. This research is a significant starting point for organisations that want to implement Green Human Resources practices and policies to achieve environmental sustainability. Potential researchers can research other aspects, such as monetary involvement and infrastructural requirements.
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