Cite this article:
Chatterjee and Tiwari (2016). Causes of Conflict among Employees (with special reference to an industrial setting). Journal of Ravishankar University (Part-A: Science), 22(1), pp.1-10.
of Ravishankar University,
Part-A,Vol-22, pp.1-10, 2016 ISSN 0970 5910
Causes of Conflict among Employees
(with special reference to an industrial setting)
Rajshree Chatterjee and Jawahar Lal Tiwari
Rajashree Chatterjee , School of Studies in
Sociology, Pt.Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur
Jawahar Lal Tiwari, School of Studies in Sociology, Pt.Ravishankar
Shukla University, Raipur
[Received:18 September 2015; Revised Received:
27 November 2015; Accepted:12 December 2015]
: The present study focuses on causes of
conflict among employees keeping in view of the education, environment and
salary of the employees. Man’s behavior plays a part in all phases of Industry.
This means that psychological problems permeate all it’s aspects. Industrial
strife, morale and attitude are responses which men make to their working
conditions and directly influence the way in which labour will work and
co-operate with management. Conflict requires closer examination of reasons
behind individual’s deviant behavior.200 respondents (workers) and 100 officers
are selected through purposive random sampling technique and data are collected
in self constructed interview schedule.
Conflict, Industry, Employees and Behaviour.
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