A Study on Managing Conflict among Women Employees in IT Sector Bangalore
Conflict management is used to resolve the problems between the interpersonal skills in the organization. Now a days the conflict arises due to the non-understanding between each and every one. The communication is also the major thing to get into conflict inside the organization. Conflict is a situation when two or more people face disagreements. The conflict resolution is the process which reach a peace full resolution to a dispute. In this paper we are going to see the conflict resolution for women employees in the IT sector by using the descriptive tool.
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