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Atnafu D, Werke S Z. The Relationship between Green Human Resource Management and Green Supply Chain Management: A systematic literature review. IJIEPR 2024; 35 (2) :1-14
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1- University of South Africa Lecturer department Logistics and Supply Chain ManagementArsi University Ethiopia , 67076459@mylife.unisa.ac.za
2- Associate Professor, Department of Management Jimma University, Ethiopia
Abstract:   (409 Views)
The incorporation of sustainable practices becomes crucial as firms transition from Industry 4.0 to Industry 5.0. Therefore, this systematic review explores the relationship between the two sustainability approaches; Green Human Resource Management (GHRM) and Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM) using peer-reviewed studies from 2016-2023, retrieved from Scopus and Web of Science databases. 2016 marks the starting point as the first relevant paper emerged in the literature in that year. The PRISMA approach was used to identify relevant studies, resulting in the inclusion of 30 studies for analysis purposes. The study reveals a growing interest in understanding the relationship between GHRM and GSCM practices and their impact on sustainable performance. The majority of reviewed studies utilized quantitative survey methods, suggesting the need for future research utilizing qualitative and mixed methods for gaining deeper insights. The review indicates that most studies are conducted in emerging countries, and there is a significant gap in research on the relationship between GHRM and GSCM practices in other context. Finally, the study provides valuable insights for practitioners and researchers, emphasising the importance of integrating GHRM and GSCM practices for a sustainable competitive advantage.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Logistic & Apply Chain
Received: 2024/01/7 | Accepted: 2024/03/5 | Published: 2024/06/21

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