Understanding Impact Of Conflict Management Styles On Subordinate Dissatisfaction In Universities’ Teaching Staff

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Noor un Nissa Shahani
Jamshed Adil Halepota
Ashiq A. Jhatial


This study aimed at examining the relationship among conflict management styles including dominating and avoiding with subordinates dissatisfaction with supervisors. Over 200 questionnaires were distributed in different universities of Sindh province, from which 126 returned. The findings reveal employees seem generally dissatisfied with their superior’s supervision styles such as dominating and avoiding. While subordinates were satisfied and have increased level of performance and job satisfaction who adopts compromising style, which they usually do after being influenced by union activism in organizational politics. Implications of theory, research and management practice discussed in detailed.

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