1. HAJRA IHSAN - Head of Economics Department, Female Campus, International Islamic University Islamabad,
2. FOUZIA JAMSHAID - Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Allama Iqbal Open University, Pakistan.
3. EDWIN RAMIREZ-ASIS - PhD of Management, Universidad Nacional Santiago Antunez de Mayolo, Huaraz, Peru.
4. ROLANDO SÁENZ-RODRÍGUEZ - PhD of Educacion Management,Universidad Cesar Vallejo, Huaraz, Perú.
5. MARTHA ESTHER GUERRA-MUÑOZ - PhD of Social Sciences Administration, Universidad Popular del Cesar, Valledupar, Colombia.
6. JULIAN PEREZ-FALCON - PhD in Environment And Sustainable Development Universidad Nacional Santiago Antunez de Mayolo, Huaraz, Peru.
Large transposition in weather patterns, dilapidated environment and global warming are among some of many factors that have been drawn our attention towards a preserved and livable climate. Over the last few years the conception of green human resource management (GHRM) has been in the spotlight for the organizations around the globe. To instill green attitudes and green values among the work force is still a challenge to overcome; present study is an endeavor in this regard as it attempted to identify the significance of GHRM practices towards the development of green values among the employees. Self-administered survey method through distribution of questionnaires among 500 employees from banking sector of Pakistan was used for data collection. Based on the findings of the study the individuals green values were found to be strongly associated with GHRM practices such as green recruitment, green training, green reward and green job design. The present research has practical implications for HR practioners, administration and policy makers of the firms.
Green human resource management (GHRM), green recruitment, green training, green reward and green job design.