Simple Rules for Workplace Harmony
- IR and HR perspectives on workplace conflict. Lewin, David // Human Resource Management Review;Winter2001, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p453
Analyzes industrial relations (IR) and human resource (HR) perspectives on conflict in the employment relationship. IR and HR premises about the employment relationship; Empirical evidence about IR and HR perspectives on conflict; Lessons from IR and HR perspectives on conflict.
- Managing employee conflicts. McShulskis, Elaine // HRMagazine;Sep96, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p16
Offers advice for executives on how to resolve personality conflicts in the workplace. Average time spent by executives in resolving employee conflicts; Employees' adoption of a problem-solving attitude when discussing sensitive issues.
- SHERLOCK. // People Management;Jan2016, p62
The article presents a human resource (HR) situation of communication problems between an employee and his employer that left the employee feeling deflated.
- When Offsite Behavior Clashes With Company Values. // Workforce;May97, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p105
Comments on the relationship of employees and employers. Evaluation of employee-employer conflicts in the workplace; Emphasis on the compliance of employees with company values; Legal concerns on industrial conflicts.
- My Way Or The Highway? Dorgan III, William J. // Modern Machine Shop;Mar2002, Vol. 74 Issue 10, p110
Presents tips in managing workers. Approach in preventing quarrels; How to prevent workplace conflict.
- Watch for Friction Between Older, Younger Employees. Bates, Steve // HR Magazine;Dec2002, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p14
Provides tips on the management of conflict between older and younger employees in the workplace. Determination of factors in age conflict; Development of brainstorming sessions; Recognition of individuals' strong points.
- MORE THAN THE MINIMUM. Harding-Hill, Rebecca // People Management;12/8/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 24, p20
The article offers advice on how employers can address employee grievances. It advises employers to not restrict themselves too much when handling grievances. It suggests assigning an outside mediator or in-house staff for the mediation process. It recommends encouraging the employees to express...
- when push comes to shove: a manager's guide to resolving disputes. Stanley, T. L. // Supervision;Jul2003, Vol. 64 Issue 7, p6
Provides ideas for managers and supervisors on ways to manage employee disputes. Analysis of the cause of a dispute; Establishment of a neutral third party; Importance of meetings in conflict management.
- 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...