Who Settles the Disputes?
managers that guide and manage employees, and the owner(s) that run or head the business or
organization. A large concern in every business is the relationship that exists between
situation like that arises, then someone should be elected to settle the dispute. The person that
should be used to settle the dispute is a person in a superior position to the position of the
There is a multitude of employees in every work force that have a complex.
Doctors often refer to this complex as an inferiority complex. An inferiority complex is
defined by Webster?s dictionary as ?a persistent sense of inadequacy or a tendency to
self-diminishment, sometimes resulting in excessive aggressiveness through
overcompensation.? Employees with an inferiority complex have trouble with others retaining a
higher position, as in a job, than they have. Some employees get very apprehensive and upset
often between an employee and a manager if the employee
particular employees for any number of reasons. It is possible for a manager to hold more
power than he can use efficiently, or delegate to other individuals. If either the employee has an
inferiority complex, if the manager abuses his power, or if the two colleagues cannot reach an
agreement on a particular subject, then conflict will evolve. In any of the three possible
scenarios, the employee should not argue with his or her manager but go directly to the person
that outranks the manger, for instance the owner. The owner, or anyone in a superior position
to that of the manager, should be able to settle any dispute between the employee and the
Employees should not argue with their manager, but sometimes situations arise that
cannot be avoided. If an employee disagrees with a manager’s decree, an argument will
surface. A manager should be able to be able to resolve any argument, given that he has more
authority than the employee of which he is arguing with. But no manager or employee is perfect,
so therefore it is often necessary for someone of a higher position to get involved and take
his employees. If there is no arguing amongst the employees then the business is free to operate
more cost efficiently because more work is performed do to the lack of arguing. Profit is the
main reason for anyone to run a business or firm. All owners or profit sharers are interested in
profit and they want to maximize their business’s production output in order to maximize their
maximized is to keep their employees happy, which means that there will be no disputing
amongst them allowed. Owners can easily hire or fire anyone with whom they see fit.
Employees usually regard
sign their checks before they get paid. Employees will listen to their owner and
regard all that he says if they want to remain employed by that company. A person with higher
authority than a manager is often the best person to resolve a conflict between a manager and
employee because he controls their job.
I used to work at a grocery store while I was attending high school. When I got into an
argument with one of my managers, the owner of the store would resolve the conflict
immediately. The owner, Mr. Jackson, of my grocery store wanted both my manager and
myself to form a compromise as safe and as fast as possible so that we could immediately return
to our work. Returning to work immediately after a compromise was reached caused Mr.
long period of time without his intervention.
An argument between an employee and his or her manager may be able to be solved by
either of the two people involved, but it would take more time, and money, than if a person
a good or service that in return produces revenue for the business. Revenue pays the bills of the
business. For example, revenue pays the loans the company used to get started, the light,
making revenue because while arguing, a lesser amount of work is performed. With less labor,
there is consequently less production, which production relates directly to output and to gross
revenue for a company. To prevent the loss of any revenue in any form of business, the person
solve the conflict.