How to Effectively Manage Workplace Conflict

Workplace harassment and violence investigations have become commonplace in most workplaces. In this program, we will review the circumstances when investigations have to be conducted, and provide practical tips on conducting effective investigations. Topics discussed will include:

  • An overview of harassment and violence at work;
  • How to determine when an investigation should be conducted;
  • When to use an external investigator;
  • Best practices for conducting workplace investigations;

Watch the webinar and get access to a special report to follow along. The Managing Difficult Employees report is your guide to successfully managing volatile employees and a preventative resource you can always refer to. Plus, you get access to the expert presenter Inna Koldorf!

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Managing Difficult Employees

An employee who is angry, volatile or a potential threat does not belong in the workplace, but it can be difficult and, in some cases, potentially dangerous to fire that employee without first taking important steps to ensure you manage the situation appropriately. Finding a balance between the rights of an individual employee to be accommodated and protecting the safety of other employees is a tight line to walk. Be prepared to identify difficult employees by downloading the special report.


Included Materials:

HR Insider’s special reports bring you expertly curated information! Saving you time on research and administrative work. Use this report to identify, mitigate, and remain compliant when dealing with difficult employees.

Learn tips for increasing workplace mental health, before the situation requires you to intervene. Micro-scroll through tips to identify mental health issues and strategies to help prevent potential workplace incidents


Managing workplace conflict that is serious such as harassment and bullying should be addressed through formal mechanisms that take into consideration the seriousness of the actions. However, conflicts that are less serious in nature, such as co-workers who cannot be civil to one another, can still cause disruptions in the workplace.


An employee who is difficult to get along with can be toxic to your organization. Unfortunately, this can mean that people, including managers and supervisors, may avoid addressing the problem. This can let a situation build over time to a point where intervening seems more abrupt. This special report helps you by acting as your guide to handling difficult employees and how to compliantly navigate the situation.

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