Green HRM Practices Effectiveness on the Psychological Contract: The Changing Nature of Employee-Employer

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  • Rinki Mishra Research Scholar, School of Management, Techno India University, Kolkata, India
  • Gagan Pareek Professor, School of Management, Techno India University, Kolkata, India
  • Tripti Chakrabarti Professor, Department of Basic Science, Techno India University, Kolkata, India

Keywords:

Green HRM,, Psychological contract

Abstract

‘The psychological contract’ is a progressively more pertinent aspect of liaison between employees & employers and wider individual behavior. In the employment view, the psychological contract is the fairness between: how employers exploit the employee’s observation & how they can place them in the job to accomplish the ultimate goal. In present scenario, HRM has become essential branch of the organizations. Without HR department, an organization can’t work in a structured or premeditated manner. Now in this globalization & globalization era, internal & external environmental sustainability & less paper used in organization is very much important & has become an integral part of the organization to sustain. Green HRM practices become more important & part of the organization to sustain & keep faith on the employees & stakeholders. Many organizations are doing green practices in their organization, but they are not fully aware of the practices. This study is attempted to know the psychological contract between employees & employers overview about green HRM practices, how the employees’ are taking the green movement practices & the changing nature of the working environment & policies in the organization & as well as outside the organization.

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Published

2020-10-10

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Mishra, R. ., Pareek, G. ., & Chakrabarti, T. . (2020). Green HRM Practices Effectiveness on the Psychological Contract: The Changing Nature of Employee-Employer. International Journal of Recent Advances in Multidisciplinary Topics, 1(1), 37-39. Retrieved from https://www.journals.resaim.com/ijramt/article/view/325

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