Deliverables towards HR Sustainability: A conceptual Review

L K Jena, R K Pradhan


The hallmark of sustainability is that it brings about long-term thinking and for HR portfolio building an establishment as an "employer of choice" is synonymous with sustainability. One of the prime tenets of sustainability is maximizing the positive benefits of a business operation for all stakeholders and precisely it should start with its internal people resources. There is a growing consensus that effective human capital is critical to an organization’s success and that the human resource functions must be strategically sustainable. The very word sustainability is a new and interesting topic for most HR professionals; at the same time the nexus between sustainability and human resources is an intangible one. In contemporary times human resources is under incredible pressure to ascertain its value, facing intense demands to create a more productive, results-oriented workforce. This review paper will try to revisit the “HR to do list” and will explore an effectiveness mechanism to address the factors like employee engagement, performance, competence and retention as a powerful engine for propelling sustainability of the domain.

Keywords: HR sustainability, HR effectiveness, Employee engagement, Employee performance, Employee competence, Employee retention

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