A workplace conflict resolution policy is for those “other” offices, right?
Besides, you conducted in-depth interviews, hired extremely qualified and professional people, and pinch yourself because your team walks in with beaming smiles, ready to take charge every day.
It’s workplace utopia.
Until it isn’t.
All of a sudden, Mary won’t talk to Lisa. Dennis keeps sabotaging Jackie’s meetings. And Christina took Sue’s stapler one time too many.
The war is on. What’s a manager to do?
Creating a workplace conflict resolution policy is essential for resolving employee issues and maintaining harmony in your office. If you’re ready to create