Green human resource management, environmental management practices and perceived organizational support influence organizational citizenship behavior for environment

Currently, environmental issues such as ozone depletion, climate changes, illegal logging, loss of species in a given habitat and destruction of ecosystem is one of the major problems that occur all around the world, including :Malaysia. Thus, the environmental community stakeholders assume organiza...

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Main Author: Dayang Almahera, Ishak
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spelling my.uum.etd.81502021-08-09T06:37:35Z https://etd.uum.edu.my/8150/ Green human resource management, environmental management practices and perceived organizational support influence organizational citizenship behavior for environment Dayang Almahera, Ishak HD28-70 Management. Industrial Management Currently, environmental issues such as ozone depletion, climate changes, illegal logging, loss of species in a given habitat and destruction of ecosystem is one of the major problems that occur all around the world, including :Malaysia. Thus, the environmental community stakeholders assume organization to make positive progress on environmental behavior and establish sensible levels I of environmental responsibility. Organizational Citizenship Behavior for the Environment either voluntarily or involuntary action, are highly believe to be an important component in corporate greening. It is expected green human resource management, environmental management practices and perceived organizational support are influencing the level of Organizational Citizenship Behavior for the Environment among the construction employees in Malaysia. This study wants to determine whether green human resource management, environmental management practices and perceived [organizational support influence organizational citizenship behavior by examining the relationship between the variables. Data was obtained from 117 construction employees in[ Sungai Petani, Kedah. The result were analyzed with Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) version 24 indicate positive correlation of organizational citizenship behavior for environment with green human resource management, environmental management practices and perceived organizational support. However, none of the factors influence organizational citizenship behavior for environment among the employees. It is probably because there are lack of implementation and execution of environmental friendly practices, and there is less awareness among the employees of the importance or environmental protection. It is recommended that the stakeholders ( employees, management, organization, industry and government) to revisit the current policy and execute the rules and regulation more strictly to all industry and all levels employee. This could create a high level of pro environmental behavior at the workplace. 2018 Thesis NonPeerReviewed text en https://etd.uum.edu.my/8150/1/822291_1.pdf text en https://etd.uum.edu.my/8150/2/822291-2.pdf Dayang Almahera, Ishak (2018) Green human resource management, environmental management practices and perceived organizational support influence organizational citizenship behavior for environment. Masters thesis, Universiti Utara Malaysia.
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topic HD28-70 Management. Industrial Management
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Dayang Almahera, Ishak
Green human resource management, environmental management practices and perceived organizational support influence organizational citizenship behavior for environment
description Currently, environmental issues such as ozone depletion, climate changes, illegal logging, loss of species in a given habitat and destruction of ecosystem is one of the major problems that occur all around the world, including :Malaysia. Thus, the environmental community stakeholders assume organization to make positive progress on environmental behavior and establish sensible levels I of environmental responsibility. Organizational Citizenship Behavior for the Environment either voluntarily or involuntary action, are highly believe to be an important component in corporate greening. It is expected green human resource management, environmental management practices and perceived organizational support are influencing the level of Organizational Citizenship Behavior for the Environment among the construction employees in Malaysia. This study wants to determine whether green human resource management, environmental management practices and perceived [organizational support influence organizational citizenship behavior by examining the relationship between the variables. Data was obtained from 117 construction employees in[ Sungai Petani, Kedah. The result were analyzed with Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) version 24 indicate positive correlation of organizational citizenship behavior for environment with green human resource management, environmental management practices and perceived organizational support. However, none of the factors influence organizational citizenship behavior for environment among the employees. It is probably because there are lack of implementation and execution of environmental friendly practices, and there is less awareness among the employees of the importance or environmental protection. It is recommended that the stakeholders ( employees, management, organization, industry and government) to revisit the current policy and execute the rules and regulation more strictly to all industry and all levels employee. This could create a high level of pro environmental behavior at the workplace.
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title_short Green human resource management, environmental management practices and perceived organizational support influence organizational citizenship behavior for environment
title_full Green human resource management, environmental management practices and perceived organizational support influence organizational citizenship behavior for environment
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