Sustainable human resource management refers to a series of HRM activities in organizations' favor to obtain sustainable competitive advantages, placing the emphasis on the balance between economic performance, environmental performance and social performance to maximize internal and external benefits. Through a literature review of related field and based on corporate social responsibility and stakeholder theories, this paper clarifies the formation and development process of the concept of sustainable HRM, analyzes the antecedents and outcomes of dimensions of its composition, and then explores the sustainability problem of HRM to promote the achievement of three-win goal among corporate economic performance, environmental performance, and social performance.
A Literature Review of Sustainable Human Resource Management and Prospects
Foreign Economics & Management Vol. 39, Issue 02, pp. 102 - 113 (2017) DOI:10.16538/j.cnki.fem.2017.02.008
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Tang Guiyao, Yuan Shuo, Chen Lin. A Literature Review of Sustainable Human Resource Management and Prospects[J]. Foreign Economics & Management, 2017, 39(2): 102–113.
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