Green human resource management research in emergence: A review and future directions

@article{Ren2018GreenHR,
  title={Green human resource management research in emergence: A review and future directions},
  author={Shuang Ren and Guiyao Tang and Susan E. Jackson},
  journal={Asia Pacific Journal of Management},
  year={2018},
  volume={35},
  pages={769-803}
}
The growing awareness of and regulations related to environmental sustainability have invoked the concept of green human resource management (GHRM) in the search for effective environmental management (EM) within organizations. GHRM research raises new, increasingly salient questions not yet studied in the broader human resource management (HRM) literature. Despite an expansion in the research linking GHRM with various aspects of EM and overall environmental performance, GHRM’s theoretical… 
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