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Employee Green Behaviour of Selected Hotels in Polonnaruwa Area of Sri Lanka

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W. M. S. M. B. Weerakoon ,

Eastern University, LK
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Research Student, Department of Management, Faculty of Commerce and Management
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T. Sellar,

Eastern University, LK
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Assistant Lecturer, Department of Management, Faculty of Commerce and Management
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A. Anton Arulrajah

Eastern University, LK
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Senior Lecturer, Department of Management, Faculty of Commerce and Management
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Abstract

Employee green behaviour (EGB) contributes significantly to creating and sustaining eco-friendly hotels. EGB can be explained as the best way to contribute all employees to conserve natural environment. Natural environment directly affects the growth and survival of hotel industry. In this context, EGB in hotel industry is more important than other industries. Hence, objectives of study were to identify the level of EGB in selected hotels as well as to find out whether there is any difference in the level of EGB based on gender, age groups and education levels of employees. Data collected from 200 respondents through a questionnaire was analyzed by using descriptive statistics, independent samples t-test as well as ANOVA test. This study revealed that there is a high level of EGB among the employees in the surveyed hotels. There are no significant differences in the level of EGB by gender and age of employees while the level of EGB is significantly varying by their education levels of the employees.
How to Cite: Weerakoon, W.M.S.M.B., Sellar, T. and Arulrajah, A.A., 2021. Employee Green Behaviour of Selected Hotels in Polonnaruwa Area of Sri Lanka. Sri Lankan Journal of Human Resource Management, 11(1), pp.36–52.
Published on 30 Mar 2021.
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