Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Management Sciences, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria
Abstract: This paper aims to provide conceptual and empirical literature on green human resource practices and environmental performance of firms. The paper adopted conceptual and theoretical approaches to achieving its objective. This was done by critically reviewing extant literature on green human resource practices and environmental performance of firms. Based on the review of extant literature, it was observed that green human resource practices stimulate the environmentally sustainable performance of firms. The paper identified research gaps for future studies based on the methodological gaps of extant studies identified. It is recommended that the link between green human resource practices such as green recruitment and selection, green performance appraisal, green compensation and benefits, and green training and development and the environmentally sustainable performance of oil firms in Nigeria should be further explore.
Keywords: Environmental Performance, Green Human Resource Practices, Green Recruitment and Selection, Green Performance Appraisal, Green Reward and Compensation, Green Training and Development.
JEL Classification: N5, O15.
Akhimien, O.G., Kadiri, A.P, 2022. Green Human Resource Practices and Environmental Performance of Firms: a Review of Literature and Research Agenda. Oradea Journal of Business and Economics, 7(2), pp. 26–34, http://doi.org/10.47535/1991ojbe154.