GREEN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR OF A COMMUNITY COLLEGE, IN CEBU, PHILIPPINES
The study's goal is to explore how widely green human resource management and organizational environmental citizenship are practiced in relation to business sustainability. In order to realize the organization's goal of integrating environmental consciousness and making major contributions to achieving environmental and business sustainability, it is this aspect of HRM that is concerned with developing employees to become green employees. The quantitative aspects of this research project will be addressed using the descriptive-correlational research approach in this study. The potential interaction between the three variables under consideration is investigated. In this study, a non-causal comparative perspective will also be investigated utilizing quantitative data. The three groups of respondents' responses are compared this time. Based on the study's findings, it can be said that while there are some signs of green human resources management, organizational environmental stewardship, and corporate sustainability in the context of the study area, more work has to be done in order to realize these trends' full potential.
Business Sustainability, Community College, Green Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Citizenship