Vimala Venugopal Muthuswamy School of Business, Department of Management, King Faisal University, Al Hasa 31982 Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaEmail: email@example.com
Suresh Esakki College of Economics and Business Administration, University of Technology and Applied Sciences, Thumrait Road, Salalah, Sultanate of OmanEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
In Saudi Arabia's educational institutions, concern for the environment has grown. To this end, the government and regulatory authorities of Saudi Arabia are exerting constant efforts to achieve sustainable development objectives in the country's academic sectors. KS and LLE have been included as significant mediators in this study. Using a quantitative research design, the present study investigates the developed hypothesis and its degree of significance. After data cleansing and screening, 350 response papers were finalized for data analysis and distributed to the target audience. Various tests have been conducted using SPSS and AMOS to corroborate data normality, sample sufficiency, validity, and model fitness. Using structural equation modeling, the hypothesis was evaluated. A significant correlation was discovered between Green HRM practices and a sustainable work environment. The mediation of LLE between GHRM and SOE has proven significant, whereas the mediation of KS has proven insignificant. The study provides theoretical and practical insights, as it is a valuable contribution to the growing body of literature and helps education institutes in Saudi Arabia integrate green HRM practices to become SOE.
Keywords:Sustainable work environment, Lifelong learning, knowledge sharing, green HRM practice.