DYSFUNCTIONAL LEADERSHIP: A THREAT TO SUSTAINABILITY; AN HRM PERSPECTIVE
Ms. Kanika Dhawan
Assistant Professor, St. Kabir Institute of Professional Studies, Ahmedabad, India. kanikadhawan13gmail.com
Dr. Amar Johri
Assistant Professor, College of Administrative and Financial Sciences, Saudi Electronic University, Dammam, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. firstname.lastname@example.org
This paper examined the influence of sustainable development, organization culture and dysfunctional leadership on the culture of the organization, which aims to practice Sustainable Human Resource Management(S-HRM). The research focused on the employees’ perspective towards dysfunctional leadership and its effect on S-HRM. The study is empirical in nature and based on the data collected from 360 employees, through a structured questionnaire. ANOVA and bivariate regression analysis was used to study the impact of variables. The results of the analysis indicated that sustainable human resource management is influenced by sustainable development, dysfunctional leadership and organization culture. The results indicated that sustainable development, organization culture and dysfunctional leadership have significant impact on sustainable human resource management.
Keywords: Sustainable Human Resource Management; Dysfunctional leadership; Organizational Culture, Sustainable development.