Impact of Green Human Resource Management Adoption on Business Educator’s Job Motivation in Nigerian Universities
Keywords:green human resource, management, adoption, business educators and job motivation
The study examines the impact of employing green human resource management on business educators' motivation for their jobs in Delta State's public universities. The study's major goal was to determine how the adoption of green human resource management affects business educators' job motivation in public universities in Delta State. The study was directed by two research questions, and two hypotheses were developed and tested at the 0.05 level of significance. The research design for the study was correlational survey. 58 lecturers in business education at public universities in Delta State made up the study's population. The complete population was used, hence there was no selection or sampling method. A structured questionnaire with questions based on the research questions was the instrument for collecting the data. While Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient was employed for the hypotheses at 0.05 level of significance, the Mean and Standard Deviation were used to answer the study questions. The findings were summarized, and it was shown that there is a substantial positive association between business educators working in public institutions who are motivated by their jobs and green human resource management of training and remuneration. Based on the results, it was determined that green human resource management, namely in terms of training and remuneration, are significant predictors of employment motivation for business educators in public institutions in Delta state. The statistical implication of this is that business educators working at public universities will be more motivated to do their jobs if there is an increase in green human resource management in terms of training and compensation. In light of the findings, measures are suggested, including the need for Government at all levels to work together to guarantee that business instructors in Nigerian universities receive regular training since this will increase their job satisfaction and involvement in the institutions.
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