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JOAMS 2022 Vol.10(1): 14-21
doi: 10.18178/joams.10.1.14-21

Sustainable Institutions: Operational Study of Green HRM

A. Nur`ain 1, M. K. Omar 1, and Rosintansafinas Munir 2
1. Department of International Business and Management Studies, Faculty of Business and Management, University of Technology MARA, Malaysia
2. Department of Technology and Supply Chain Management Studies, Faculty of Business and Management, University of Technology MARA, Malaysia

Abstract—Sustainability is the potential for long-term maintenance of well-being with ecological, economic, political, and cultural dimensions. It explains how a system remains diverse and productive for future generations. Supporting sustainable industries, encouraging sustainable behaviors, and devoting time and money to scientific research and innovation are important ways to facilitate sustainable development. Thus, the efforts to measure sustainable performance in the organization should be carried out to instill awareness on sustainable development by all organization members regardless of their position. This study aims to understand the interactions of green human resource management or green HRM practices towards sustainable performance among managerial level administrator at a Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in Malaysia. This research will be conducted as an explanatory study to examine the cause and effects between the variables. This paper hopes to offer some utility to potential researchers for growing interest and gaining a conceptual knowledge of green HRM. Eventually, this paper is expected to provide a deeper understanding of the managerial perspectives on green HRM and the perceived importance of sustainable performance for future researchers.

Index Terms—sustainability, green HRM, sustainable performance, green recruitment, green training, green involvement

Cite: A. Nur`ain, M. K. Omar, and Rosintansafinas Munir, "Sustainable Institutions: Operational Study of Green HRM," Journal of Advanced Management Science, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 14-21, March 2022. doi: 10.18178/joams.10.1.14-21

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