CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY, FINANCIAL AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS
There has not been a comprehensive examination of the relationship between human resource management (HRM) and corporate social responsibility (CSR), despite the enormous increase in research and practice that connects the two ideas. It is unusual for scholars who study the relationship between CSR and HRM (CSR-HRM) to clarify what they mean by the term or the assumptions they use while studying this connection. Because of this, we think it's necessary and vital to review all the literature on the CSR-HRM nexus subject. In addition to enhancing theoretical and empirical research, scholars might benefit from conducting such a review by gaining clearer and more comprehensive understandings of CSR-HRM. In order to tackle this task, we thoroughly review and analyze conceptually all the papers that have been published on the topic of human resource management and corporate social responsibility. At the intersection of CSR and HRM lie crucial ideas and metatheoretical obligations that form the basis of our study. We propose the instrumental, social integrative, and political theoretical frameworks for CSR-HRM development. You can use these viewpoints alone or combine them. In addition, we offer a comprehensive evaluation of the potential that these three approaches hold for CSR-HRM studies. This paper aims to provide a framework for future research by outlining the several definitions of CSR-HRM and providing a conceptual map for researchers to follow.
Corporate Social Responsibility, Human Resource Management, Political Csr; Political Hrm.