Worldwide Environment concern and cognizance for practices of Green HRM in Large and Medium Scale Enterprises in India


  • Shilpa Patil


The twenty-first century has been exhibiting expanded energy for the normal concerns all around the globe e.g. Kyoto 1997, Bali 2007 and Copenhagen 2009 (Victor, 2001, Victor, D. G. (2001), paying little mind to related fields be it authoritative issues, open, or business. The present energy for environmentalism comprehensive has risen up out of specific game plans to fight natural change,


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