Organizational Environment and Perceived CSR: Roles of Socially Responsible HRM and Employees’ Support for External CSR Intended for CPSEs Employees

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Sushmita Tripathi, Jyotsna Sinha

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This study examines the relationship between socially responsible human resource management (SR-HRM) and employee’s support towards perceived external corporate social responsibility (PECSR) i.e. CSR intended for external stakeholders and the underlying social and psychological mechanism portrayal based on organizational and behavioral environment literature of the human resource management (HRM). The relationship between SR-HRM and ES for the PECSR initiatives is mediated by the organizational CSR environment according to a multilevel review of data collected over two periods. Furthermore, Internal CSR experience, i.e. CSR aimed at workers, has an indirect impact also by integrating the micro-macro CSR perspectives, this study expands CSR research into the field of human resource management and provides a more in-depth understanding of CSR's micro-foundations (individual actions and interactions). Theoretical contributions and future research directions based on the study's findings are also discussed in this paper.

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