• Abstract

    In this study, the evolution of publications using the Scopus database was examined. Bibliometric networks are built and displayed using the VOSviewer software and Biblioshiny App package. A total of 587 articles have been selected for analysis from a pool of 639 documents filtered through the Scopus database during the period 2013–2023. Based on the keyword "Green Human Resource Management.". The results of this study show that, between 2013 and 2023, many investigations regarding the development of environmentally friendly innovations were triggered by publications on the topic. This trend peaks in 2023, In the period from 2013 to 2023, there has been a significant increase in efforts to identify, develop, and implement Green Human Resource Management practices. This research has two main objectives: first, to contribute to the theoretical understanding of Green Human Resource Management through a light review. and second, to analyze the papers published in the period to identify key trends and developments in this field. Thus, this study aims to provide a more in-depth and thorough view of Green Human Resource Management as well as analyze the accumulated knowledge that occurred over the past decade. In the process of this investigation, a total of 587 papers related to Green Human Resource Management were carefully selected. Overall, this article aims to summarize the important developments that have taken place in Green Human Resource Management and provide readers with a solid insight into its important role in achieving future environmental and social sustainability goals.

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