A company should invest in green HRM practices and view them as a strategic asset in order to channel human potential toward its environmental management activities. Firms should integrate green human resource practices into their complex social systems for human capital to acquire organization-specific characteristics that make it more valuable to the firm than competing firms. This article explored the relationship between green human resource management and transformational leadership, green innovation, and environmental performance.
- Firms should use GTFL to install and implement GHRM policies and practices to enhance employees’ green abilities and motivations.
- Green product and process innovation significantly reduces the negative environmental impact of the business and improves firm performance.
- Leaders and managers should institutionalize environmental management responsibilities within the performance evaluation and management system.