Green Orientation of Human Resource Management and Green Attitude of Employees: Moderation Effect of Personal Character
University of Jaffna, Sri Lanka, LK
Department of Human Resource Management
This study is a systematic and scientific attempt to assess whether personal character moderates the relationship between green orientation of human resource management and green attitude of employees. The data were gathered using self-administered and structured questionnaires from 327 branch managers working in licensed commercial banks in Sri Lanka. There were two hypotheses developed in this paper based on the theoretical and empirical accounts regarding the green attitude of the employees. Accordingly, the findings revealed that green orientation of human resource management directs to employees’ green attitude and such relationship is significantly moderated by the personal character of employees. Based on this significant impact, it is possible to theorize that personal character of employees is an imperative concept that should be considered in the organizational contexts while making crucial decisions related to their attitude. Further, the findings are significant in terms of adding new knowledge to the literature and provide grounds to inquire the importance of green orientation of human resource management in explaining the deep understanding of green attitude of employees.
How to Cite:
Renusha, M., 2022. Green Orientation of Human Resource Management and Green Attitude of Employees: Moderation Effect of Personal Character. Kelaniya Journal of Human Resource Management, 17(2), pp.103–115. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/kjhrm.v17i2.113
31 Dec 2022.