Conflicts of interest
- The biggest no-no is not managing the no-no list. Jones, Tom E. // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;7/25/2003, Issue 323117, p6
Focuses on conflict management in the workplace in California. Result of fear of increasing tension among employees; Responsibility of creating a forum.
- Smooth conflict resolution depends on views of power, rights, interests. Noll, Douglas E. // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;07/19/99, Issue 322487, p7
Discusses ways to analyze a conflict which can lead to solutions. Determination of power struggle between parties in conflict; Rights enforcement; Satisfaction of interests; Definition of injustices suffered by parties involved in a conflict; How to manage an employee asserting rights against...
- There is a cost to the conflict within an organization. Adkins, Ben // Fort Worth Business Press;6/20/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 25, p9
Provides guidelines on how business organizations should deal with workplace conflict. Negative consequences of workplace conflict; Ways on how people can manage their differences and create positive outcomes for themselves and their organizations; Basic skills of conflict resolution.
- Three Cs for facing a strike: contingency, conciliation or court. // People Management;10/14/2010, p28
The article offers tips on how employers should handle strikes conducted by their employees. Employers are recommended to prepare a continuity plan and anticipate the possibility for an industrial action to occur. Employers are advised to resolve disputes through mediation and conciliation. The...
- Towards an office ceasefire. Ross, Emily // BRW;1/15/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p78
Presents some advice on managing conflicts between fellow workers. Need for managers to recognize emotions as part of work; Assessment of a person's emotional intelligence; Identification of common interests among workers.
- To tame warring parties, withhold your suggestions. // Managing People at Work;May2009, Issue 326, p8
The article suggests winning ways in meddling the conflicts among employees without risking reputation and team works. It highlights the importance of having a friendly approach for the warring employees to establish authority and responsibility among them. It also suggests for positive manner...
- Five Steps to Meditating Conflict. // Workforce (10928332);Oct99, Vol. 78 Issue 10, p30
Presents steps that can be taken by human resource professionals to help resolve conflict between co-workers. Meeting to discuss the reason for the conflict; Reintroduction of the conflicting parties to each other; Explanation from each party; Identification of actions that led to personal...
- The boss as referee. // Internal Auditor;Aug96, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p8
Reports on the findings of a survey which concludes that executives spend more time resolving employee conflicts. Factors that contribute to the conflict in the workplace; Ways for managers to reduce the time they spend resolving conflicts.
- Workplace wars. Perry, Phillip M. // Materials Management in Health Care;Nov99, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p49
Focuses on the importance of personnel management in conflict resolution within the workplace. Need for managers to learn how to take action when conflicts disrupt business; Examples of common workplace conflicts; Recommended course of action when workplace dispute among employees occurs. ...