Sustainable Management of Human Resources and Stakeholder Theory: A Review
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Sustainable Human Resource Management
Corporate Sustainability
Corporate Social Responsibility
Stakeholder Theory

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Ribeiro, R. P., & Gavronski, I. (2021). Sustainable Management of Human Resources and Stakeholder Theory: A Review. Revista De Gestão Social E Ambiental, 15, e02729.


Sustainable Human Resource Management aims to aggregate and assist in implementing sustainable strategies and improving engagement and relationships with all stakeholders. This systematic literature review aims to understand the concepts and the association of Sustainable Human Resource Management with Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Sustainability from the Stakeholder Theory perspective, using the Scopus database. We found an increase in research for Sustainable Human Resource Management, which is the evolution of Green Human Resource Management. SHRM is relevant to management approaches aimed at sustainability. It has a broad view of dimensions, being focused on its employees and the socio-environmental and economic impact of the organization, considering the organization’s relationship with all stakeholders.
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