Edited by Victoria Wells, Diana Gregory-Smith and Danae Manika
Chapter 9: Dare to care in environmental sustainability context: how managers can encourage employee pro-environmental behaviour
A great deal of research has addressed the role of immediate manager in the achievement of environmental sustainability by putting the stress more often than not on human resource management practices. However, much less is known about the underlying moral obligations of immediate managers to support their subordinates in developing their environmental concern. In this chapter, we propose describing, through an ethic of care, how the immediate manage may help subordinates to behave eco-friendly.
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