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Effects of organisational, individual and contextual factors on employees’ intentions to adopt green practices

Trivedi, Rohit H.; Shahron, Syairah Aimi; Wang, Chengang; Fukukawa, Kyoko; Lengler, Jorge

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Authors

Rohit H. Trivedi

Syairah Aimi Shahron

Chengang Wang

Kyoko Fukukawa



Abstract

Building on the perspectives of the theory of planned behaviour, behaviour spillover, and social bond, this study develops and tests an integrative framework that explores the linkages between hotel employees’ organisational commitment (OC) and pro-environmental behaviour in the home (PEBH) as key antecedents affecting their intention to adopt green practices in the workplace (IGPW). We further examine the moderating role played by green organisational climate (GOC). Empirical results from 407 Malaysian hotel employees show that employees’ PEBH enhances IGPW via attitude and perceived behavioural control (PBC); OC positively affects intention mediated only by attitude, and GOC strengthens the effect of OC on PBC. These findings provide novel evidence concerning the importance of the contextual and organisational environment in shaping employees’ green behaviour.

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Jun 11, 2024
Online Publication Date Jul 11, 2024
Publication Date Jul 11, 2024
Deposit Date Jun 13, 2024
Publicly Available Date Jul 12, 2024
Journal Journal of Sustainable Tourism
Print ISSN 0966-9582
Publisher Taylor and Francis Group
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
DOI https://doi.org/10.1080/09669582.2024.2368608
Public URL https://durham-repository.worktribe.com/output/2482978

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