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4 Ways to Nip Workplace Conflict in the Bud

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To create a peaceful and productive work environment, employers need to take proactive steps to mitigate workplace conflict before it happens, according to a Houston Chronicle Small Business report.
Here are five ways to prevent conflicts in the workplace:

1. Publish your organization's code of ethics in the employee handbook and discuss the company's business principles during orientation for new employees.

2. Provide training to employees and supervisors on fair employment practices.

3. Train supervisors and managers to manage potential conflicts caused by delegating work or distributing coveted assignments.

4. Designate a human resources staff member or someone in upper management to handle employee relations matters.

5. Tell employees the steps the company takes to resolve workplace conflict.

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