University of Kerbala Discussing an M.A Thesis on Green Human Resource Management Practices and their Impact on Quality of Educational Service

Faculty of Administration and Economics /University of Kerbala has discussed the M.A. thesis which is entitled “green human resource management practices and their impact on quality of educational service (a prospective study of opinions of a sample of leaders in private universities and colleges in holy governorate of Karbala).”
The study presented by Hussein Abdul-Hafiz Hussein, includes seven sub-dimensions: (green job design, employment and green choice), green training and development, green performance management and evaluation, green rewards and compensation practice, green health and safety management, green labor relations) as dependent variable measured quality of educational service in five sub-dimensions (tangibility, reliability, assurance, response, empathy).
The study aims at demonstrating the impact of green human resource management practices in achieving the quality of educational service.
The study concludes that administration of private universities and colleges, the study sample, has a sense of environmental responsibility and tries as much as possible to design its functions in a way that suits social needs and awareness of environmental policies within the requirements of functional design, but despite that it was not at the desired level.
The study recommends that administration of private universities and colleges should develop clear and explicit strategies to enhance green human resource management practices in all its dimensions.