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International Journal of Research in Management

Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part D (2024)

A study on green HR intiatives in “IT” sector: Employee discipline view in Hyderabad city

Author(s):

Dr. P Devi and N Anil Karthik

Abstract:

Green Products are highly preferable to protect the environment and to provide better tomorrow for next generations. Nowadays the eco-friendly concept also spread in Human resource Management on the name of Green HRM practice and implement green operations in HR activities to encourage eco-friendly operations and to save paper, water and reduce wastage of sophisticated electronic gadgets in work environment. Environmental sustainability is defined as maintaining the factor and practices that contributes to the quality of environment on a long-term basis. Corporate environmental performance defines the commitment and strategies implemented by companies aimed at being eco-friendly, protecting natural resources, minimizing carbon emissions & waste, and ensuring they obtain a competitive advantage. Moreover, the introduction of many laws regarding the environment by countries the market, and some internationally recognized bodies have awoken business entities and managements to pursue environmental performance. Reflecting on what has been stated, it is believed that the availability of corporate environmental performance provides an avenue to elevate the competitiveness of entities and establishes a win-win situation. This is because the pursuit of greening which centers on corporate environmental performance has become a competitive strategy for organizations.
Environmental sustainability is defined as those practices that minimize use of energy, pollution, water consumption, resulting in smaller carbon footprint for the organization through innovative efforts focused to reduce, renew, and recycle the natural resource for meeting the needs of benefit present and future generation. General definition is that meeting the resources and services needs of current and future generation without compromising the health of ecosystem. More specifically, environmental sustainability could be defined as a condition of balance, resilience, and interconnectedness that allows individual, society employees of organization, to satisfy its needs without exceeding the capacity of its supporting ecosystems. This paper will discuss about Green employee discipline practices followed in IT / ITES sector in Hyderabad and concern issues and challenges faced by various stake holders of the organizations and how to resolve such issues are discussed with an empirical data support.

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International Journal of Research in Management
How to cite this article:
Dr. P Devi and N Anil Karthik. A study on green HR intiatives in “IT” sector: Employee discipline view in Hyderabad city. Int. J. Res. Manage. 2024;6(1):339-343. DOI: 10.33545/26648792.2024.v6.i1d.164
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