their presentation is provided or available" - Thomas Mann, 1896
The Los Angeles Marriott Hotel
The Law says you shall provide a "safe work environment" for your employees, and we have yet to meet a President, Human Resources Director or Floor Supervisor who would disagree with that. However, people tend to think like people and react in the same way, which sometimes means they do not actually take the time to think things out before they react. Logically therefore the more one works on educating one's employees that anger, revenge and violence rarely produce a positive result, the better.
Then, no matter how much education and work at improving communication is employed, there are times when the conflict between workers and managers, between co-workers, or just between employees and what they perceive to management's opinion or treatment of them, can explode into sabotage or violence. When this happens the Human Resources Director needs to be able to employee a program immediately to contain the situation and bring back normalcy as quickly as possible - before the local SWAT team deploys around your premises and the local News Channel cameras arrive.
In other words, the more you know about Conflict Resolution the better. That is why we organized this Forum Discussion; to bring together experts in the field with Human Resources professionals to learn of the options available and to share experiences and know how.
Some of the comments we received from the guests after the meeting:
"Great meeting - met our expectation"
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