Employee Green Behavior: A Case in Manufacturing & Service Sector in Sri Lanka

@article{Weerarathna2018EmployeeGB,
  title={Employee Green Behavior: A Case in Manufacturing \& Service Sector in Sri Lanka},
  author={R. Weerarathna and D. Y. Jayarathna and A. Pintoe},
  journal={The International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences},
  year={2018},
  volume={7},
  pages={1095-1106}
}
Rapid industrialization and globalization are major causes for environment abuses in modern world. In present, most of the companies are focused about environment friendly concepts/ green behavior and sustainability to overcome from environment pollution. This study aims to identify employee green behavior in manufacturing sector and service sector of Sri Lanka. Researchers have used descriptive study to achieve the research objective. Research data were collected by one hundred seventy (170… 
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