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  • Office politics/organizational conflict Phenomenon Source of reasons Experiences
  • “ I had no choice. I had to do what I was told.” and less efficiency

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  • 1. CONFLICTSpeaker:Tang Wei – April 12607178 L B5 3 0 5Ren Jie 12614985Zhang Hao – Leo 12619374Vu Thi Nhung 12648977
  • 2. IntroductionConflict government employer employee
  • 3. Conflict
  • 4. Conflict between employeesConflict government employer employee
  • 5. Interpersonal conflict in officeConflict  Click to edit Master text styles  Second level  Third level • Fourth level – Fifth level
  • 6. What is interpersonal conflictConflictInterpersonal conflicts arestruggles which usually arisefrom contrasting ethics,values, beliefs etc. Conflictsare characterized by defensiveclimate which graduallyignites the existing strugglebetween the people.
  • 7. What Causes Conflict Between EmployeesConflict in an Organization? Differing Values Opposing Interests Personality Conflicts Poor Communication
  • 8. The Cost of interpersonal ConflictConflict Strained relationships Employee turnover Stress, frustration, and anxiety Loss of productivity Increased client complaints
  • 9. How to Deal With Workplace ConflictConflict Scientifically Step1: Identify the causes of the workplace conflict. Step2: Implement a policy of zero-tolerance. Step3: Communication and work with them Step4: Emphasize the process, rather than the outcome
  • 10. Conflict between employee & employerConflict government employer employee
  • 11. Employee & EmployerConflictCauses Cannot Meet Basic NeedsThe compensation paid to the worker is notsufficient to meet what are considered basic needs HarassmentOne or more employees are victims of harassment Unequal Employment OpportunityLosing equity theory in an organization will lead to
  • 12. Case: FoxconnConflict
  • 13. Issues Conflict From January 2010 to May 2010, 13 people jumped to their deaths that are from 18-24 years On January 7th, 2011, another fatal fall happened Work 10 hours a day and 100 hours of overtime per month in a depressive workplace Work six days a week with one day off Earn 2000 Yuan($295) one month Pay 100,000 Yuan compensation to the family of anyone dying on site Conflict continues in Chengdu plant
  • 14. Different Goals in WorkplaceConflictEmployers Interests Efficiency Effectiveness ProfitabilityEmployee’s Interests Fairness Respect Equality
  • 15. Resolution Conflict Improve employers’ social responsibility and employees’ mental health Get each side to identify the goals and motivation of the other Open the door for negotiations Discuss in a calm and rational manner to find a solution that satisfies the majority of requirements for both sides Use the third party properly, e.g. government, news media, social warfare organization
  • 16. Conflict between employersConflict government employer employee
  • 17. CharacteristicConflict The characteristic of conflict between employers, including:  The characteristics of conflict as between employees, such as personal differences, environmental stress and so on  The proper points in here are that the source of conflict between managers do not only come from individual reasons, but also base on the group decisions and demands
  • 18. Article: Why avoiding office conflict is notConflict an option
  • 19. Sources of conflictConflict Division of labor Organizations function by assigning different tasks to different individuals and groups. Not everyone can do everything. Though they operate under the same organizational umbrella, these groups inevitably develop their own points of view, goals, and priorities. Interdependence Every group depends on other groups in the organization to do its work. No group can function or succeed on its own. Scarce resources No organization can do everything that those in it would like to do. Choices must be made. When resources like money, people, space, time, and attention are divvied up, there will always be winners and losers. Obviously, every group wants to win.
  • 20. ConsequencesConflict The side with influence:  To get what they want  Take more and more power in organization  Corruption The side without influence:  To lose what they want  Take less and less power in organization  Corruption
  • 21. SolutionConflict My opinion: Opinion of article: to find the chance to create ongoing to try to cooperate relationships for with others, based mutual advantage on understanding Influence
  • 22. Conflict in the relationship of theConflict government to employee and employer Government Employer Employee
  • 23. The role of governmentConflict The state can influence the nature, quality and direction of industrial relations directly or indirectly. Government is both “master and servant or referee”. Master by virtue of its legislative and control functions and servant as it has to look after the other party’s needs by creating structures and systems to institutionalize conflict and cooperation and to facilitate conduct of primary relationships
  • 24. The article Conflict The road from soldier back to childDemobilization and rehabilitation are only the firststepsAbout a third of the worlds child soldiers are in Africa.According to a report by the Coalition to Stop the Useof Child Soldiers, a non-governmental alliance thatincludes Amnesty International and Human RightsWatch, an estimated 300,000 child soldiers, some asyoung as seven, are actively fighting in 41 countries,with about 120,000 of them in Africa. Another 500,000children worldwide may be in paramilitaryorganizations. For those who recruit them, "childrenare cheap, expendable and easier to condition intofearless killing and unthinking obedience," the reportcomments. Photo: ©UNICEF / Giacomo Pirozzi
  • 25. Analysis Conflict
  • 26. Analysis ConflictMore than 500,000 children under-18 have beenrecruited into state and non-state armed groupsin over 85 countries worldwide.Children make for cheap and obedient fighters,and are easier - because of their youth andinexperience - to mould into effective andexpendable combatants.
  • 28. Conflict
  • 29. CAUSEConflict Politic  The continent’s conflicts no end  The unstable government Economic  The high level of poverty Society  The high rate of violence, disorder, orphan, disease, famine ..  Lack of education system
  • 30. CONSEQUENCEConflictTHE EFFECTS ON CHILRREN Suffer the ill treatment and sexual exploitation Witness or commit atrocities Have psycho-social disturbancesSOCIETY PAYS A HIGH PRICE Reduce societies human and economic development Danger of future cycles of conflict and damaging the chances of peaceful, stable democracy that are demonstrably linked to human and social well-being.
  • 31. RESOLUTION Conflict The UN-Security Council must ensure that the optional protocol is fully implemented by governments. Those who recruit children must be prosecuted by the International Court. Governments must promote dialogue between the conflict parties. Peace agreements must include measures for the release and rehabilitation of child soldiers. Appropriate support must be provided for the children affected, in order to reduce their suffering and to promote their integration into society. There must be an immediate demobilization of all child soldiers. More money must be provided within the framework of development co-operation for the integration of former child solders into society.
  • 32. Conflict
  • 33. CONCLUSIONConflict Conflict is unavoidable Conflict contain itself both advantages and disadvantages The key point is to manage the conflict which must base on interest not position
  • 34. References Conflict Demand Media Natalie Grace. (n.d.). What Causes Conflict Between Employees in an Organization? Retrieved 11 29, 2011, from IANS. (2008, 08 20). Seniors more prone to interpersonal conflicts. Retrieved 11 29, 2011, from Thaindian News: Sandilands, T. (n.d.). How to Deal With Workplace Conflict Scientifically. Retrieved 11 29, 2011, from
  • 35. References Conflict Clifford, C. (2011, May 5). Foreign Policy Association . Retrieved 11 24, 2011, from Child Soldiers Continue to be Recruted in Central African Republic: Government armed forces . (n.d.). Retrieved 11 19, 2011, from Child Soldier International : The road from soldier back to child. (2001, October ). Retrieved 11 21, 2011, from Africa Recovery : Victim and Perpetrator in one. (n.d.). Retrieved 11 25, 2011, from Kindernothilfe:
  • 36. References Conflict CNN Money. (2011, 7 14). Why avoiding office conflict is not an option. Retrieved 11 15, 2011, from