Leveraging Green HRM For Environmental Commitment Through Environmental Awareness: Evidence From Pakistan’s Hospitality Sector

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Amjad Islam , Syed Haider Khalil , Fahad Sultan , Shahzad Khan , Dr. Nosheen Faiz , Soofia Iftikhar , Muhammad Khalil Ur Rahman


Organizations like hotels are dealing with a number of internal and exterior difficulties. The challenging climate of fierce competition and environmental concerns calls for innovation and change in human resource management techniques. In order to improve environmental and achieve sustainability, green human resource management (GHRM) is a new strategy. The current research, which is based on the social exchange theory, makes the case that employing green human resource management techniques and fostering a culture of environmental awareness can lead to that are reciprocal (i.e., employee environmental commitment). According to the current research, environmental awareness and employee commitment to the environment will decline as a result of using green human resource management techniques. Environmental consciousness will also act as a mediator in the relationship between green human resource management and environmental commitment. Item-response multivariate sampling was used to gather the data from 318 hotel workers. The findings, which are based on structural equation modeling, provide empirical support for the direct and indirect relationships that were hypothesized, thereby confirming partial mediation. The pertinent sections of the current research address the implications of the study.

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