Greening Human Resources: A Survey of City-Level Initiatives

Source: Nandhini Rangarajan and Dianne Rahm, Review of Public Personnel Administration, Vol. 31 no. 3, September 2011
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From the abstract:
How have environmental initiatives and “going green” permeated the human resources realm? This article, through a nationwide survey, examines the extent to which cities have incorporated environmentally friendly human resource practices. Results reveal that income, education, environmental awareness and presence of preexisting successful environmental programs have an impact on technical and strategic human resource practices in U.S. cities. This article discusses the implications for public administration.

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