In this research, we find support for a proposed set of linkages among employee perceptions of organizational green orientation, individual green orientation, and impacts of the green movement on organizational performance among male and female subjects. We report significant MANOVA results indicating differences between male and female subjects, with female subjects showing a general pattern of higher alignment with the green movement. Moreover, our examination of relationships among the scales used in this study indicates that the patterns are not consistent for males and females. Females consistently report more and more positive relationships. We discuss differences, consider possible causes, and suggest future research.
Zee, Susan M. L.; Fok, Lillian Y.; and Hartman, Sandra J.
"Employee Perceptions of Individual and Organizational Commitment to the Green Movement and Their Perceived Impacts Between Male and Female Subjects,"
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