Human Resource Management: A Review and Research Agenda

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Seema Rani


This article makes a case for the integration of the largely separate literatures of environmental management and human resource management research. The paper categorizes the existing literature on the basis of Ability–Motivation–Opportunity theory, revealing the role that Green human resource management processes play in people-management practice. The contributions of the paper lie in drawing together the extant literature in the area, mapping the terrain of the field, identifying some gaps in the existing literature and suggesting some potentially fruitful future research agendas. There is a developing form about confirmation supporting cooperation the middle of the thing that need aid termed secondary execution alternately secondary duty human resource management polishes Furthermore Different measures about authoritative execution. However, it will be not reasonable the reason this companionship exists. This paper contends that on furnish a persuading demonstration of this affiliation we have should move forward our hypothetical What's more systematic frameworks previously, three way zones. These would that way for HRM, and particularly that justification for those particular records for practices; that way from claiming authoritative execution; and the linkage the middle of HRM Also execution. A model is introduced inside which on investigate these linkages. The existing writing looking into HRM Furthermore execution is reviewed in the light for this examination on recognize key holes for learning and assistance should center further the Look into necessities[1].




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Seema Rani. “Human Resource Management: A Review and Research Agenda”. The Creative Launcher, vol. 2, no. 3, Aug. 2017, pp. 333-4,
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