Effects of green HRM practices on circular economy-based performance of banking organizations in an emerging nation

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The concept of circular economy-based performance has gained significant interest within the highly competitive business arena and environment-concerned stakeholders. This study assumes that environment oriented HRM practices have significant effects on circular economy-based performance. This study aims to investigate the contributory effect of five selected components of green HRM on the circular economy-based performance of environment-concerned banking organizations. A total of 418 managers of commercial banks are the unit of analysis, and data were derived using a structured questionnaire from the respondents who are working in managerial positions in banking organizations in Bangladesh. The gathered data has been encoded by SPSS and analyzed through PLS-SEM 4. The results of this study reveal that all components of green HRM, i.e., green employment design, planning, staffing, training, and benefits significantly contribute to the circular economy-based performance of the banking sector. Thus, green HRM effectively promotes the circular performance of banks to provide a distinctive perspective for adding value to the environmental concerns in an emerging economy.

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The authors appreciate the support in preparing the article provided by the University of Debrecen Program for Scientific Publication.

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    • Table 1. Respondent profiles
    • Table 2. Measurement model for reliability and validity test result
    • Table 3. Discriminant validity test result through the Fornell-Larcker criterion
    • Table 4. Heterotrait-monotrait ratio (HTMT) analysis
    • Table 5. Predictive relevance of the endogenous construct
    • Table 6. Structural model
    • Table A1. Questionnaire items adapted from literature sources
    • Conceptualization
      Mohammad Bin Amin, Judit Oláh
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