1. AHMED EISA YOUSUF AL-HOSANI - Fakulti Pengurusan Teknologi dan Teknousahawan (FPTT) Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka.
2. Dr. NURULIZWA BINTI ABDUL RASHID - Fakulti Pengurusan Teknologi dan Teknousahawan (FPTT) Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka.
Sustainable construction is expected to create long-term social values that emphasise affordability, quality, longevity, and efficiency of the products while minimising the negative impacts on the environment. The majority of the sustainable construction-related issues are employee-based issues and can be attributed to a lack of competencies, awareness, and poor employee development opportunities. Therefore, the aim of this paper is develop conceptual framework of Sustainable Green Human Resource Management (SGHRM) and its effect on Sustainability in Green Building. According to a systematic review, research on Sustainable Green Human Resource Management is indeed not only scarce but also scattered. This review uses a content analysis approach, bibliographic analysis, and analysis of top cited journals and researches in the field of Sustainable Green Human Resource Management (SGHRM) and Sustainability in Green Building which is a novel approach. According to the results of this analysis, this model can help senior managers and HR professionals to recognise the role of the GHRM concept and the importance of employee involvement in sustainability practices to minimise sustainable construction challenges and external stakeholder pressures.
Green Building, Human, Resource, Management and Sustainability.