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Hospitals Green Practices as Drivers of Talent Retention

Journal of Organization and Human Behaviour

Volume 2 Issue 3

Published: 2013
Author(s) Name: Bhavna R. Shetty, Rajashree Gujarathi | Author(s) Affiliation: Maharashtra, India
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Abstract

The environmentally conscious economy makes sustainable business practices imperative. Green environmental practices in the healthcare sector is a subject which is acquiring more consideration by healthcare professionals, hospital, and government authorities world over. The purpose of this study was to seek answers to the research question, whether and to what extent does hospital’s green practices promote and support doctors’ retention. Self report questionnaires were used to study hospital’s green practices impact on retention, organisational commitment, and job satisfaction of doctors. Findings suggest that doctors perceived huge potential for green practices in hospitals and also expressed strong willingness to work for such hospitals. The paper has implication that by committing to green practices and embedding it into an overall growth strategy and culture; hospitals could design a targeted retention strategy to navigate through difficult times and face the challenge.

Keywords: Doctors, Green Practices, Job Satisfaction, Nashik, Organisational Commitment, Talent Retention

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