Employees and Environmental Performance: Appoaches Toward a greener Revolution on Firm Sustainability

  • Jehanzeb khan, Wajid Mehmood, Sadaf Khan, Afraseyab Khattak, Muddasar Rafiq


The major goal of this study was to examine the underlying techniques for improving ‘Firm sustainability’ (FS). Based on the strategic choice theory, the research categories the existing literature, revealing that green human resource management (GHRM) approaches play a critical role in environmental management and firm sustainability. The current research study examined the influence of Green HRM approaches (e.g. Training and development, performance appraisal, reward and compensation on firm sustainability, with the intervening role of environmental performance and employee performance. Data was obtained from 212 managerial level employees from textile industries of Pakistan used a survey questionnaire technique.The results of the current study revealed that Green HRM approacheshad a significant and positive impact on firm sustainability. Likewise, the role of environmental performance and employee performance in mediating the relationship between Green HRM approaches and firm sustainability is also investigated in the study.The outcomes of the investigation back up the proposed mediation model. In developing countries, the Green HRM is a novel concept, and more research study is needed to investigate sustainability concerns and measure the impact of Green HRM approaches in Pakistan's textile sectors and manufacturing industries.