On the importance of sustainable human resource management for the adoption of sustainable development goals

Chams, Nour and Blandó, Josep García,(2019), On the importance of sustainable human resource management for the adoption of sustainable development goals. , Resources, Conservation & Recycling 141 (2019) 109–122, UNSPECIFIED

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Today, firms are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of social, ethical, and ecological objectives. In addition to financial profit, organizations are setting themselves new goals, focusing on individual, communal, and environmental-friendly performance and development. One of the disciplines that is promoting “green” organizations is Sustainable Human Resource Management (SHRM). Sustainable development goals (SDGs) are achieved through the adoption of new ecological techniques by the organization’s human capital and by the integration of innovative sustainable strategies. This systematic literature review examines the key role of SHRM in developing a sustainable work environment and in facilitating the attainment of SDGs. Based on a selection of empirical and conceptual articles, this review identifies the antecedents and outcomes of SHRM and highlights the obstacles to sustainable implementation not only at the level of the firm, but also from an international perspective. Four propositions are formulated that might be empirically tested in future studies. Research gaps in the existing literature are id
Keywords : Sustainable human resource management SHRM Sustainable development goals SDGs Green HRM Social, ethical, and ecological performances Sustainable developmen, UNSPECIFIED
Journal or Publication Title: Resources, Conservation & Recycling 141 (2019) 109–122
Volume: 141
Item Type: Article
Subjects: Manajemen
Depositing User: Yuwono Yuwono
Date Deposited: 16 Dec 2019 08:21
Last Modified: 16 Dec 2019 08:21
URI: https://repofeb.undip.ac.id/id/eprint/253

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