Document Type : Research Article


1 Research Scholar, Vignan’s Foundation for Science, Technology & Research, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India,

2 Associate Professor, Department of Management Studies, Vignan’s Foundation for Science, Technology & Research, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India,

3 Associate Professor, Department of Finance, ICBM-School of Business Excellence, Hyderabad, Telangana,


The reason of the study is to recognize worker Green HR Practices and their implementation in Educational establishments positioned in Guntur. The well-being of personnel has grown to be a vital problem in aggressive market inside the instructional institutions. Many establishments behaviour quite a number Green HR Practices applications for perception its impact and have an impact on worker employer dedication strategically. But some personnel ignore these packages as they are no longer conscious about the advantages of collaborating in these programs. Conveniences of one hundred twenty-five respondents are finalized for the find out about out of a hundred and fifty samples used to be 25 responses are inconsistent and semi-filled are eliminated for inclusion in the study. Through this find out about we strive to discover that elements through which personnel are involved to take part in the Green HR Practices application interventions in the organization. To take a look at the mannequin we used descriptive and inferential statistics. The correlation between the constructs resulted that they show off an excessive correlation and the regression was once carried out to pick out the dependence relation between the constructs. It is located that the all the developed speculations are positively and substantially exhibit a significant relation with organizational dedication by using interventions of Green HR Practices.


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