What is it about?

Green Human Resource Management (HRM) is emerging as a conceptual and empirical field of study that considers way that HRM can support an organization achieve it's environmental, or 'green', goals and strategies.

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Why is it important?

Green HRM has become widely research in research years, and so this meta-review is a timely overview of key research topics to date. Additionally, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a myriad of far reaching impacts on businesses and society in general. In light of this, we also pose the question; is Green HRM headed towards a roadblock or a revitalization?


I hope this article provides people with an interest in Green HRM with a succinct overview of the findings in the area to date. Additionally or consideration of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Green HRM, and Sustainable HRM more broadly, raises timely consideration of the difficulties many businesses face in rebuilding post-pandemic and the role of sustainability within business survival.

Renee Paulet
Federation University Australia

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This page is a summary of: A meta‐review of 10 years of green human resource management: is Green HRM headed towards a roadblock or a revitalisation?, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, March 2021, Wiley, DOI: 10.1111/1744-7941.12285.
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