Green Human Resource Management: A new model of Human Resource Management in the aftermath of the Pandemic

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Opute, P., Gutierrez-Broncano, S., Jimenez Estevez, P. and Rubio Andres, M. (2022). Green Human Resource Management: A new model of Human Resource Management in the aftermath of the Pandemic. in: Machado, C. and Paulo Davim, J. (ed.) Organisational Management in Post Pandemic Crisis Springer. pp. Pages 125-138
AuthorsOpute, P., Gutierrez-Broncano, S., Jimenez Estevez, P. and Rubio Andres, M.
EditorsMachado, C. and Paulo Davim, J.
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Green Human Resource Management: A New Model of Human Resource Management in the Aftermath of the Pandemic S. Gutiérrez-Broncano, J. Opute, P. Jiménez-Estévez, and M. Rubio-Andrés
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In recent years, environmental degradation has been increasing and so has awareness of the need to implement measures to improve the environment. More and more companies are developing environmental improvement programmes as part of their business strategies. To do this in the best possible way, the management of their human resources has to be modified from the traditional practices that have been implemented for years. Green HRM offers an unbeatable and rewarding opportunity to improve the environmental performance of companies that implement it. This chapter first discusses the current situation and then defines the concept of environmental capital. This type of capital, so scarce in companies today, is what we need to generate so that companies can effectively implement their environmental improvement programmes. To this end, it is necessary to have human resources tools that are in line with these objectives. It is for this reason that the different human resources practice that companies can implement within an ecological personnel management model are explained.

KeywordsGreen Human Resource Management, Environmental Degradation, Environmental Capital and Ecologial Personnel Management
Page rangePages 125-138
Year2022
Book titleOrganisational Management in Post Pandemic Crisis
PublisherSpringer
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ISBN978-3-030-98052-8
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Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-98052-8_7
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