Pro- Environmental Behavior and Big Five Personality Traits: Bridging the gap between employees’ behavior and Sustainable Human Resource Policies.

Authors

  • Vidhya Shanmugam Amity Business School, Amity University, Harayana, India
  • Sudha Maheswari SGR Krishnammal College for Women, Peelamedu, Coimbatore, India

Keywords:

Pro-environmental behavior, Person variability, Attitudes, Motivation, Environment sustainability

Abstract

Pro-environmental behavior, “How individual behavior contributing to environmental sustainability and it is exclusively based on individual volitional choice i.e., it is a cognitive process” and it includes affect (feeling or emotion), motivation (goals or expectations), cognition (thinking), habits and commits. The main purpose of the study is proposing a conceptual model based on sustainable HRM, between – person variability, pro- environmental behavior with effect on environment sustainability further, bridging gap between employees’ behavior to adopt sustainable policies in the organization. The review investigates the activities and attitudes, between – person variability – motivation, intentions and environment sustainability variables. This study gives suggestions to enhance the field of sustainability environment with the aid of PEB and mediating factor as between-in person variability. Further, this study also discuss future research to accept pro-environmental behavior in the organizations.

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Author Biographies

Vidhya Shanmugam, Amity Business School, Amity University, Harayana, India

Assistant Professor

Sudha Maheswari, SGR Krishnammal College for Women, Peelamedu, Coimbatore, India

Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration (BPM)

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Published

2024-04-09

How to Cite

Shanmugam, V., & Maheswari, S. (2024). Pro- Environmental Behavior and Big Five Personality Traits: Bridging the gap between employees’ behavior and Sustainable Human Resource Policies. Nepalese Journal of Management Science and Research, 7(1), 198–209. Retrieved from https://nepjol.info/index.php/njmsr/article/view/64617

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