Green HRM: A Milestone for the Employees in IT Companies
Priyanka Bajpai*(Research Scholar, Department of Commerce & Business Management, Integral University Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India) and Farhina Sardar Khan(Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce & Business Management, Integral University Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India) *Corresponding author's Email
Bajpai, Priyanka and Khan, Farhina Sardar (2019), “Green HRM: A Milestone for the Employees in IT Companies”, MERC Global’s International Journal of Management, Vol. 7, Special Issue 1, pp. 28-33.
Submitted: March 09, 2019, Revision received: April 10, 2019, Accepted: April 18, 2019
In this developing scenario of the fast-growing organisations, the growth and profit margin play an important role. With this there are some notable looking factors like environmental sustainability and development of healthy working conditions for the employees, etc., effect the working conditions, employee’s behaviour towards the organisation, growth rate and future perspective in every organisation. These factors are equally important for the organisation to take them into consideration and measure the effects on the organisational heightening. The motive of this article is to understand the effects of Green HRM strategies on the employee’s effectiveness and their working efficiency towards their organisation. The article tries to throw some light on the challenges and difficulties faced by the employees while working in an organisation focusing primarily on the IT Companies and how Green HRM strategies cooperate with the management along with an environment to overcome these challenging situations positively and provide a satisfactory atmosphere for working.
Green HRM strategies, Employee’s efficiency, Organisational growth, IT Companies.
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