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Course Type: Full-length Course
Duration: 60 min
Resolving Conflict in the Workplace
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Resolving conflict between employees can be difficult. This general education course explains the common causes of conflict. It also gives you six full-proof steps to mediate conflict and how to deal with angry or frustrated employees.

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