PERCEIVED ROLE OF SELECTED GREEN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES TOWARD PRO-ENVIRONMENTAL BEHAVIOR OF EMPLOYEES WORKING IN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY IN KABUL, AFGHANISTAN
Keywords:Green recruitment and selection, green training and development, green performance management, employee’s pro-environmental behavior.
In the study we examined the character of selected green human resource management practices toward pro-environmental behavior of employees working in manufacturing industry in Afghanistan. Survey questionnaires from 351 employees working in manufacturing industries subjected to SPSS for analysis. The findings of the study show, that selected green HRM-Practices (GR&S, GT&D, and GPM) are positively predictors for employee’s pro-environmental behavior and contribute to the study variable. The study on hand was one of the few research efforts in Afghanistan context to integrate GHRM-practices with employee’s pro-environmental behavior, where still much research study on GHRM-practices needed. Furthermore, the study obviously improves its contribution toward an original research line to comprehend the essential for of GHRM-practices to improve employee pro-environmental behavior in Afghanistan. Particularly, the study contributes to the managerial level to understand how their efforts toward the implementation of GHRM-practices generate pro-environmental behavior. The study suggests that managers and employees in all level should maintain green practices to cope with rising environmental issues in manufacturing industries of Afghanistan.
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