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2017 | 6(119) - Green Human Resource Management [Zielone Zarządzanie Zasobami Ludzkimi] | 21-39
Article title

Exploring Green Human Resource Management: Knowledge–based State of the Art

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PL
Badania nad zielonym zarządzaniem zasobami ludzkimi. Stan według współczesnej wiedzy
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Abstracts
EN
Green HRM is analyzed in terms of an input–transformation–output model with stakeholders as drivers (= inputs), green HRM practices as mediating variables (= transformation), and company environmental performance (= output). Six research questions are asked and answered, heavily relying on empirical research findings from various international studies. It is shown that green HRM, when properly managed, will pay off through economic and non–economic benefits for both companies and employees. Special attention is drawn to Organizational (Employee) Surveys that enable the direct participation of employees in Green management decision–making.
PL
Analiza zielonego ZZL dokonana została w ramach modelu ‘bodziec-przekształcenie-skutek, w którym interesariusze stanowią czynnik sprawczy (= bodziec), praktyki zielonego ZZL to zmienne pośredniczące (= przekształcenie), a efektywność ekologiczna przedsiębiorstwa to wynik działania (= skutek). Odpowiedzi na sześć pytań badawczych postawionych w artykule opierają się w głównej mierze na ustaleniach empirycznych pochodzących z różnych badań międzynarodowych. Artykuł wykazuje, że odpowiednio zarządzane zielone ZZL daje korzyści ekonomiczne i pozaekonomiczne zarówno przedsiębiorstwom jak i pracownikom. Szczególna uwaga została poświęcona znaczeniu badań organizacyjnych (pracowników), które umożliwiają pracownikom bezpośrednia partycypację w zielonych procesach podejmowania decyzji zarządczych.
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EISSN
2543-4411
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-ce7271b6-36b1-4244-890c-78e3a2108283
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