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The Relationship Between Green Human Resource Management and Environmental Sustainability: A Case Based on State Commercial Bank in Matale District

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R. M. Rushya ,

Wayamba University of Sri Lanka, Kuliyapitiya, LK
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Department of Business Management, Faculty of Business Studies & Finance
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D. M. T. D. Dissanayake

Wayamba University of Sri Lanka, Kuliyapitiya, LK
About D. M. T. D.
Department of Business Management, Faculty of Business Studies & Finance
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Abstract

Green Human Resource Management (GHRM) has emerged from the participation of companies in environmental conservation activities and ecological balance maintenance. Today, this subject is considered as an evolving and timely topic in Sri Lankan enterprises. But the public banking industry in Sri Lanka is not used much Green HRM practices when considering with private banking industry. This paper aims to find out the relationship between Green HRM & Environmental Sustainability in Bank of Ceylon in Matale district. Furthermore, this study aims to identify the Green HRM functions which they follows. This study was conducted by using 40 managerial employees in fourteen Bank of Ceylon branches in Matale district. This research endowed with exploratory study design pattern and quantitative research approach. Data was collected by survey method. When considering the results, Environmental Sustainability has a positive relationship with Green Job design, Green Recruitment & Selection and Green Training & Development. But the Green Performance & Reward Management has a negative relationship with Environmental Sustainability.
How to Cite: Rushya, R.M. and Dissanayake, D.M.T.D., 2020. The Relationship Between Green Human Resource Management and Environmental Sustainability: A Case Based on State Commercial Bank in Matale District. Wayamba Journal of Management, 11(2), pp.55–77. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/wjm.v11i2.7473
Published on 30 Dec 2020.
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