As the importance of corporate social responsibility grows, especially environmental responsibility, it is imperative to acknowledge the impact of the individual on a company's environmental performance. Given that individuals spend much of their day in the workplace, it is crucial to understand both their behaviours and the potential impact they can have on the company's environmental performance and the environment. Bringing together leading academics from various research fields, this Handbook examines the features and challenges within the area of employee pro-environmental behaviour.
The Research Handbook on Employee Pro-Environmental Behaviour brings contributions that consolidate existing research in the field as well as adding new insights from organisational psychology, human resource management and social marketing. Drawing on studies from across the methodological spectrum, this Handbook covers a broad range of topics from the antecedents and consequences of employee pro-environmental behaviour to ways in which employers can encourage pro-environmental behaviour.
This Handbook will be an invaluable tool for those engaged in research in employee environmental behaviour and sustainability. It will be especially useful for postgraduate students of environmental employee behaviour as well as environmental consultants and practitioners seeking to gain an understanding of employee behaviour.
Contributors: B. Asfar, N.M. Ashkanasy, W. Binney, M.J. Bissing-Olson, F. Bowen, P. Bradley, L. Brennan, J. Callewaert, Y.H. Cheung, C. Ciocirlan, M.C. Davis, S. Dilchert, C. Dutra, P.C. Endrejat, S. Fudge, B. Gatersleben, D. Gregory-Smith, A.V. Güntner, R. Hahn, S. Kauffeld, R.M. Klein, F.E. Klonek, M. Leach, A.S.M. Leung, S. Lockrey, D. Manika, R.W. Marans, N. Murtagh, T.A. Norton, D.S. Ones, F. Ostertag, P. Paillé, S.L. Parker, A. Ruepert, S.V. Russell, I. Shah, A. Shahjehan, W. Staples, L. Steg, T. Tudor, D. Uzzell, C. Verfuerth, K. Verghese, V.K. Wells, B.M. Wiernik, L. Yang, H. Zacher.
Edited by Victoria K. Wells, Professor of Sustainable and Ethical Management, The York Management School, University of York, Diana Gregory-Smith, Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Marketing, Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham and Danae Manika, Professor of Marketing, Newcastle University Business School, Newcastle University, UK.