The Effect of Human Resources Management in Business Sustainability

Authors

  • Muhammad Ammar Tahir Superior University Lahore
  • Muhammad Ali Hassan Superior University Lahore
  • Muhammad Bilal Superior University Lahore
  • Malik Javeed Anwar Superior University Lahore

Keywords:

Green human resource management, Business Sustainability

Abstract

There is a developing requirement for the fuse of natural administration into human asset the board (HRM) that is to rehearse Green HRM in research. Present examination means to decide the association between the green human asset factors like administration responsibility, worker strengthening, input and survey, rewards and exit with maintainability through ecological administration frameworks execution. Information was gathered by circling self-regulated surveys of workers of associations in Pakistan. A quantitative exploration strategy and accommodation examining method were utilized. Information has been dissected through graphic insights, relationships, and different relapses utilizing SPSS. Results demonstrate a critical impact of all GHRM measurements on maintainability and attest that assembling firms in a non-industrial nation like Pakistan should cultivate the green component in its HRM rehearses.

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Published

2022-06-02

How to Cite

Tahir, M. A., Hassan, M. A. ., Muhammad Bilal, & Anwar, M. J. . (2022). The Effect of Human Resources Management in Business Sustainability. DASC Research Center, 1(2). Retrieved from http://rc.dasceurope.com/index.php/DASC-RC/article/view/6

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