“GREEN HRM PRACTICES IN DMRC”
MBA 2nd Semester
Submitted to Ms. N. Malati as a part of Human Resource Management paper in the Second Semester of MBA
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It gives us an immense pleasure to present the project titled “Green HRM practices in DMRC”
We would hereby like to express our hearty gratitude to many individuals. Without their co-operation, support and help at every stage the successful completion of the Project would not have been possible.
We would like to extend our sincere regards to Mr. Mayank Garg (Junior Engineer), DMRC for his valuable guidance and suggestion that helped us a lot during preparation of the Report.
We would like to thank all the respondents who had helped us to bring out the project in a successful manner.
We would like to show our greatest appreciation to our faculty guide Ms. N. Malati for her tremendous support and guidance which helped us a lot in completion of the project.
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There is a growing need for the integration of environmental management into Human Resource Management (HRM) – Green HRM – research practice.
Green initiatives within HRM are increasing as a result of the mounting concern over global warming and the adverse effect of much business activity on the natural environment. They often form a part of wider programmes of corporate social responsibility.
This study examines the use of HRM policies of the company to promote the sustainable use of resources and more generally, promote the cause of environmentalism. It examines the type of environmental friendly "green" initiatives that the company is utilizing involving its workforce and human resource practices. It also analyzes the kinds of actions taken within green HRM initiatives to eliminate those that are environmentally damaging and to advance sustainable business practice.
The results confirm that the company is incorporating and working towards integrating a number of green practices. The company has made environmental responsibility a part of its organization’s mission statement and views the promotion of social responsibility as the most critical objective of their green programs.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.2 Research methodology
2. COMPANY PROFILE
2.1 Overview of the company
3. LITERATURE REVIEW
4. CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
5.1 Demographic Analysis
5.2 Data Analysis And Inferences
6. FINDINGS AND SUGGESTIONS
6.1 Key Findings
After a wealth of research into green marketing (Peattie, 1992), accounting (Owen, 1992), and management (McDonagh and Prothero, 1997), gaps still exist in the Human Resource Management (HRM) literature on the HR aspects of environmental management - Green HRM. The purpose of this project was to examine and draw together the HR aspects of environmental management and map the terrain in this field, and to detail a model of the HR processes involved in Green...
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