Green Business and Human Resources
Human Resources for Sustainable Business
Human Resource teams can survey their organization for "environmental impacts", and identify which jobs are already "greener" -- with tasks, knowledge bases and training that improves environmental resources such as clean air, renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable community qualities.
Here are some articles that show how green jobs and green careers benefit the human resources function of any organization -- whether engaged directly in green products and services, or wanting to go greener with non-toxic cleansers, better working spaces, lower energy consumption, and shared resources such as carpooling or webinars vs. travel to conferences.
Career Change From Construction to Green Jobs
Innovation Resources List
Green Jobs and AB32 - Solutions for Unemployment?
Job Outlook for Sustainability Professionals 2010
Green Business Training
Gateways to Green Building
WIB Green Job Training in Southern California
Measuring the Value and Impact of Science Information
Green Jobs and Green Job Training Overview
Businesses are Not Monarchies Anymore! Strategies for Vanguard Companies
Conservation Corps of Long Beach receives Green Jobs Grant
How Specific Is Your Expertise?
Green Consultants for California Businesses and Communities
Human Relations Management for Green and Sustainable Business and Communities
Employment in Green Companies and Organizations
Educate Employees with Home-First Greening Program
Survey Suggests that Attitude is More Important than Experience in Collaborative Work
CITRIX-Web Conferencing Saves Time & Money for Small and Medium Enterprises
Learning Together At Work - Green Friday
Energy Efficiency Indexes Focus on Financial Potential of Energy Savings
Effective Knowledge-Based Sourcing Fosters Collaborative Savings
Middle Management as Environmental Change Agent
3E regulatory and compliance information services
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