Green Human Resource Management: A Review and Research Agenda

  title={Green Human Resource Management: A Review and Research Agenda},
  author={D E Renwick and Tom Redman and Stuart Maguire},
  journal={POL: Other International Strategy \& Policy (Topic)},
The paper makes a case for the integration of the largely separate literatures of environmental management (EM) and human resource management (HRM) research. The paper categorizes the existing literature on the basis of Ability–Motivation– Opportunity (AMO) theory, revealing the role that Green human resource management (GHRM) processes play in people-management practice. The contributions of the paper lie in drawing together the extant literature in the area, mapping the terrain of the field… 
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