Global warming should make HR people sweat

Emerson, Tony
March 1996
People Management;3/21/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 6, p21
Opinion. Presents the authors view on the relationship between human resource (HR) and environmental concerns. How Walter Wehrmeyer explores in his article the relationship between HR and environmental concerns; Claims made by Wehrmeyer as to what environmental management can do for business and staff; Results of the study conducted by Stephen Fineman on environmental attitudes in the automotive industry; Issue on global climate change.


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