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CSR and HRM: A systematic review and conceptual analysis


Voegtlin, Christian; Greenwood, Michelle (2013). CSR and HRM: A systematic review and conceptual analysis. Academy of Management. Proceedings, 2013(1):n/a.

Abstract

Despite increasing focus on research and practice linking CSR and HRM (CSR-HRM), a comprehensive examination of the relationship between these two constructs is yet to be undertaken. Depictions of CSR-HRM in extant literature tend to fall into two broad categories: CSR enacted though HRM (HRM practices used to involve employees in the implementation of CSR); and HRM enacted through CSR (CSR practices used to attract, retain and motivate employees). However, CSR-HRM scholars rarely explicate how they understand the connection between CSR and HRM, and what assumptions they make when exploring it. As a result, CSR-HRM scholarship tends to be ad hoc and chaotic, with negligible theoretical or conceptual development of the CSR-HRM relationship. By means of a systematic review of past and current writings linking CSR and HRM, we expose the diversity of understandings of CSR-HRM and provide a conceptual map for navigating and planning further research.

Abstract

Despite increasing focus on research and practice linking CSR and HRM (CSR-HRM), a comprehensive examination of the relationship between these two constructs is yet to be undertaken. Depictions of CSR-HRM in extant literature tend to fall into two broad categories: CSR enacted though HRM (HRM practices used to involve employees in the implementation of CSR); and HRM enacted through CSR (CSR practices used to attract, retain and motivate employees). However, CSR-HRM scholars rarely explicate how they understand the connection between CSR and HRM, and what assumptions they make when exploring it. As a result, CSR-HRM scholarship tends to be ad hoc and chaotic, with negligible theoretical or conceptual development of the CSR-HRM relationship. By means of a systematic review of past and current writings linking CSR and HRM, we expose the diversity of understandings of CSR-HRM and provide a conceptual map for navigating and planning further research.

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:03 Faculty of Economics > Department of Business Administration
Dewey Decimal Classification:330 Economics
Language:English
Date:14 August 2013
Deposited On:15 Jan 2014 08:29
Last Modified:29 Sep 2019 07:30
Publisher:Academy of Management
ISSN:2151-6561
Additional Information:Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2013, Orlando, USA
OA Status:Closed
Publisher DOI:https://doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2013.41
Other Identification Number:merlin-id:8905

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