Title

A conceptual model of green HRM adoption towards sustainability in hospitality industry

Document Type

Book Chapter

Publisher

IGI Global

Place of Publication

Hershey PA, USA

School

School of Business and Law

RAS ID

26146

Comments

Originally published as: Yusoff, Y. M., & Nejati, M. (2018). A conceptual model of green HRM adoption towards sustainability in hospitality industry. Corporate social responsibility: Concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications (pp. 400-421). Original article available here

Abstract

This chapter seeks to provide a better understanding on the predictors of green human resource management which can result in improved environmental and financial performance across hospitality industry. The proposed model has been constructed from the perspective of external pressure (i.e., normative) and internal pressure (manager’s environmental concerns) by using the Institutional Theory and Resource Based View Theory. The chapter examines the antecedents of sustainability in hospitality industry in terms of improved financial and environmental performance. It therefore expands the level of understanding on mechanisms which leads to corporation sustainability. While the chapter is written with a focus on hospitality industry, the proposed model is applicable to corporations across other sectors.

DOI

10.4018/978-1-5225-6192-7.ch022

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