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dc.contributor.authorRank, Susan
dc.contributor.authorPalframan, Jason
dc.identifier.citationRank, S, Palframan, J. (2022). Doing good for other people and the planet and/or obsessed with your career? Personal value orientation as a predictor for internal CSR preferences of young professionals. Paper presented at International Conference on Green HRM and Sustainable Behavior. Vienna University of Economics and Business. (WU Vienna) and the University of Augsburg, March 17-18..en_US
dc.description.abstractIn striving for sustainability success in organizations, the proactive behaviour of employees in times of irreversible climate change is of great importance: employees with an awareness of sustainability and their subsequent extra-role work behavior are required. As ambassadors for corporate social responsibility (CSR), they might convince their colleagues of the importance of CSR for business success. Sustainable and Green human resource management (HRM) concepts (e.g. participation in cultural campaigns, green vs social projects and green awareness training) promote this sustainable employee behavior. Our fundamental research question is therefore whether the personal value orientations (PVO) of candidates and/or employees predict internal CSR preferences that later promote sustainable employee behavior. In our integrative literature review, we focus on young, highly qualified job seekers who are facing the grand challenges of the 21st century. Applying Schwartz's personal values framework, empirical studies are reviewed to examine the proposed relationship between Schwartz’s personal values framework and employees’ internal CSR preferences. Our review yields heterogenous results: Schwartz’s self-transcendence values either positively or negatively impacted the internal social and environmental CSR dimensions, but the influence of self-enhancement values on employee focused CSR dimensions was consistent. Future research directions are set out along with practical implications. Finally, we give an outlook on our planned empirical work including hypotheses on a comparative sample of German and Irish studentsen_US
dc.publisherWU Vienna/University of Augsbergen_US
dc.relation.ispartofInternational Conference on Green HRM and Sustainable Behavioren_US
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dc.subjectInternal CSRen_US
dc.subjectPersonal values orientationen_US
dc.subjectGreen and sustainable HRMen_US
dc.titleDoing good for other people and the planet and/or obsessed with your career? Personal value orientation as a predictor for internal CSR preferences of young professionalsen_US
dc.conference.hostWU Vienna/University of Augsburgen_US
dc.contributor.affiliationTechnological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwesten_US
dc.subject.departmentDepartment of Business & Management: TUS Midlandsen_US

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