Cultural Conflict in the Workplace (SIG)

Cultural Conflict in the Workplace Research Community

The Cultural Conflict in the Workplace research community explores the issues and challenges in finding effective knowledge and solutions in the workplace. The workplace may differ depending on the nature of work being done. This may be in an office or in the field.

Mission

Mission: 
The mission is to explore issues of cultural conflict in the workplace. The research community will disseminate the research results to interested and relevant academic, government and professional organizations.

Vision

Vision: 
The workplace should be where every individual attains the right to be free of conflict, have a sense of protection and justice, the potential to reach the possibilities, and equal participation in the community. The vision of this Research Community is to provide a multi-disciplinary approach (education, social science, psychology, philosophy and criminal justice) to develop insights and knowledge into issues, challenges and solutions which can be shared to improve justice and reduce cultural conflict in the workplace.

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Cultural Conflict in the Workplace Research Community

Areas Of Research Interest

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