Conflict Management is an inevitable fact that needs to be Handled Tactfully

Key Takeaway:



Conflict Management is considered indispensable to growth in organizations. Prudent HR professionals understand how to use this for the organization’s growth.

Like change, conflict too, is an integral part of an organization. Why is there conflict in managements? To understand this question, one needs to understand the meaning of conflict in the perspective and spirit in which the term is understood in management.

In normal, day-to-day life In management
Considered an unwanted aspect of life not always considered unwanted
It is understood to mean hostility understood to be a result of differences in outlook between people
Conflict is considered negative understood as a positive or meaningful difference in outlook or perception of organizational goals and objectives.

Techniques of Conflict Management

Leaders and managers use various techniques in conflict management. Each technique varies according to the individual leader’s attitude, temperament, experience and outlook. In a broader sense, these techniques are generally accepted as the most common means for managing conflict:



How to classify exempt and non-exempt employees

This is one area that payroll professionals dread: classifying employees as exempt and nonexempt. On the surface, it looks fairly simple, but dig a little, and even experienced professionals get the jitters.

This is primarily because classifying employee into exempt and nonexempt categories wrongly and its concomitant compliance infringement lead to the following situations:

  • In the case of exempt employees, penalties for errors apply to both the classification of the worker and the actual payment of salaries;
  • In a worst case of punishment, it is not just making one wrong classification that is considered a mistake; all workers in the same job classification under the same manager are penalized!

The way ahead is to understand the following:

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To get a complete understanding of these confusions regarding payment of exempt employees, an interactive session (link) would be highly useful.