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PAILLE Pascal

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Responsable du département
Domaines de spécialisation
  • Green human resource management
  • Environmental attitudes
  • Green employee behavior
  • Employee retention
  • Quantitative methods

Pascal est professeur de Gestion des ressources humaines à NEOMA Business School, sur le campus de Rouen. Les recherches de Pascal portent sur les pratiques de gestion des ressources humaines appliquées aux thèmes du développement durable sur les domaines environnemental et social, ainsi que sur la fidélisation des ressources humaines. Pascal a publié plus de 75 articles, 3 livres et 14 chapitres. Ses recherches ont été publiées dans des revues académiques telles que Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Environmental Psychology, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Cleaner Production, Business strategy and the Environment, Organization & Environment, European Management Journal, among others. Pascal publie chez Palgrave-MacMillan dans le courant 2020 un ouvrage intitulé “Greening the workplace: theory, research and method". Pascal a occupé  plusieurs fonctions: directeur de département et directeur des études en France, et directeur du programme Doctoral au Canada.    

 

Dernières publications

  • The Influence of the Immediate Manager on the Avoidance of Non-green Behaviors in the Workplace: A Three-Wave Moderated-Mediation Model
  • Environmental Behavior On and Off the Job: A Configurational Approach
  • Green Recruitment and Selection: An Insight into Green Patterns
  • Organizational support is not always enought to encourage employee environmental performance.
  • "I don't owe you but I am committed." Does felt obligation matter on the effect of green training on employee environmental commtiment?
  • The management of professional employees: Linking progressive HRM practices, cognitive orientations and organizational citizenship behavior.
  • Leveraging green human resource practices to achieve environmental sustainability
  • Greeninng the workplace through supervisory behaviors: assessing what really matters to employees
  • The mediating effects of professional and organizational commitment on the relationship between HRM practices and professional employees’ intention to stay
  • Systematic review on environmental innovativeness: A knowledge-based resource view
  • “I don’t complain, but I am ready for any eventuality”
  • Overcoming the barriers to pro-environmental behaviors in the workplace: A systematic review
  • Green human resource management practices: scale development and validity
  • Greening the workplace through social sustainability among co-workers
  • Modelling How Managers Support Their Subordinates Toward Environmental Sustainability: A Moderated-Mediation Study
  • Supplier's response to instutional pressure in uncertain environment: Implications for cleaner production
  • Le leadership machiavélique
  • La fidélisation des ressources humaines
  • Changement organisationnel et mobilisation des ressources humaines
  • Greening the Workplace: Theories, Methods, and Research
  • Contemporary Developments
  • Dare to care in environmental sustainability context: How manager can encourage employee pro-environmental behavior