Employee’s Performance: DATA ANALYSIS(6)

DATA ANALYSIS(6)

This in turn has negative correlation with conflicts and differences in an organization, which supports our findings against this variable.

Table 6
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Table 6 shows that 27.8 percent of the respondents were strongly agreed and a majority i.e., 54.6 percent of them was agreed with the opinion “Conflict affects organization productivity”. Studies conclude that conflict is negative and hinders the group performance (Brown and Day, 1981). More than a half i.e., 53.6 percent of them agreed with the statement “Conflict among employees at workplace affects product quality” Whereas 12.4 percent of the respondents were neutral. About 12.4 percent of the respondents were strongly agreed with the statesmen “Differences with your colleagues at workplace affect your own efficiency” and a majority i.e., 54.6 percent of them were agreed. Whereas 13.4 percent of the respondents were neither agree nor disagree. Conflicts have negative effects on decision making quality (Amason and Schwieger, 1994). A major proportion i.e., 43.3 percent of respondents agreed with the statement “Difference in opinion with your colleagues in performing a task that causes stress to you”.