IMPACT OF GREEN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ON SUSTAINABILITY PERFORMANCE IN PALM OIL INDUSTRY
This research will answer the following important research questions: How is the influence of Green HRM practices which include Green Recruitment, Green Training, Green Involvement and Green Performance on sustainability performance. The research method used is a quantitative research method with a descriptive approach. The companies as the respondents of the research were 14 palm oil companies in Sumatera. Respondents who were successfully obtained in this study were 136 respondents as supervisors, heads of sections and managers in the 14 companies.Using cluster sampling, fourteen ISPO certified companies have been selected as sample based upon their environmental performance and sustainability. The data analysis tool used is through SPSS with multiple regression analysis techniques. The findings of the research simultaneously Green recruitment, Green Training, Green Involvement, and Green performance have a positive and significant effect on the sustainability of Performance. Meanwhile, partially, the variable that has the biggest influence on Sustainability Performance is Green recruitment. This indicates that it is very important for the palm oil industry to disseminate information about environmentally friendly programs when recruiting prospective employees.
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