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Accomodating strategy in negotiation

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Michelle Marks, associate professor in Mason’s School of Management, and Crystal Harold, assistant professor at Temple University’s Fox School of Business, wrote the study.

A sample of newly hired employees in various industry settings participated in the study, which showed that those who chose to negotiate increased their starting salaries by an average of $5,000.

Human relations managers in businesses often find themselves managing situations of inter-personal conflict.

How can you manage disagreements in ways that build personal and collegial relationships rather than harming them?

Such disagreements or conflicts can occur between individuals or between groups of people.

Here are five strategies from conflict management theory for managing stressful situations. Which one is the best in a given situation will depend on a variety of factors, including an appraisal of the levels of conflict.

“In today’s economic climate, raising your annual salary is highly uncertain,” Marks says.