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Linking the Idea of Sustainability to Strategic HRM

  • Ina Ehnert
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Part of the Contributions to Management Science book series (MANAGEMENT SC.)

Abstract

In the course of recent developments, the topics dealt with in sustainability literature have overlapped with core aspects of the Strategic HRM field (see Sect. 1.3). However, attempts to bridge the gap between sustainability and HRM research have been scarce (see Sect. 1.3.3.1). This chapter focuses on a contribution to fill the gap between sustainability and Strategic HRM literature from the perspective of sustainability research.

Keywords

Human Resource Social Responsibility Financial Performance Corporate Sustainability Triple Bottom Line 
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