Cia Cai Cen Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Bina Karya, Tebing Tinggi, North Sumatera, Indonesia


In an era marked by growing environmental concerns, the adoption of Green Human Resource Management (HRM) practices has gained substantial attention as a driver of sustainable organizational growth. This research study explores the intricate relationships that Green HRM practices share with employee engagement, job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and environmental performance, with a specific focus on employees in the agriculture sector. The study utilizes a comprehensive quantitative survey approach to gather data from 355 respondents, supported by structural equation modelling for analysis. The study's findings offer compelling insights. They demonstrate that Green HRM practices have a significant impact on employee engagement, underscoring the pivotal role of environmentally conscious HRM initiatives in actively engaging the workforce. Furthermore, the research elucidates the mechanisms through which Green HRM practices affect employee satisfaction and commitment to their organizations, ultimately contributing to improved environmental performance. Moreover, the study underscores the supportive nature of organizational culture, which enhances the positive effects of Green HRM practices on employee engagement. This highlights the profound influence that an organization's culture exerts in shaping the outcomes of Green HRM initiatives. This study presents practical and theoretical implications in the evolving landscape of sustainable HRM practices. It emphasizes the necessity for organizations to strategically adopt Green HRM practices, with a primary emphasis on prioritizing employee engagement as they progress towards sustainability. These findings underscore the importance of cultivating a sustainability-oriented culture to maximize the impact of Green HRM practices.

Keywords:Green Human Resource Management; Employee Engagement; Job Satisfaction; Organizational Commitment; Environmental Performance; Organizational Culture.