The Effect of Green Human Resource Management on Organization Citizenship Behaviour for Environment (OCBE) and Its Implications on Employee Performance at Pt Andalan Bakti Niaga
This study aims to analyze the effect of Green Human Resource Management on Employee Performance through Organization Citizenship Behavior for Environment (OCBE). This type of research uses a survey method with a quantitative approach. This research was conducted at PT Andalan Bakti Niaga. Sampling using nonprobability techniques with a sample size of 80 people. Data analysis in this study used Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) with Partial Least Square (PLS) software version 3.2.7. The results obtained in this study: 1) Green Recruitment, Green Training, Green Compensation and Rewards have a positive and significant effect on OCBE; 2) Green Performance Appraisal has no significant effect on OCBE; 3) Green Training and Green Performance Appraisal have a positive and significant effect on Employee Performance; 4) Green Recruitment and Green Compensation and Rewards have a negative and significant effect on Employee Performance; 5) OCBE has a positive and significant effect on Employee Performance; 6) Green Recruitment, Green Training, Green Compensation and Rewards have a significant effect on Employee Performance through OCBE; 7) Green Performance Appraisal has no significant effect on Employee Performance through OCBE; 8) Green Human Resource Management has a significant effect on OCBE; 9) Green Human Resource Management has a significant effect on Employee Performance.
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