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Conflict and its Impact on Employees Behavioral Outcomes in Sugar Mills Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan

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Human beings have been at odds with one another since the beginning of time. An organization is made up of humans and non-humans, and as a result, conflict is inevitable. It's clear that conflict is still a fact of life in human relationships. When people come together and achieve a shared purpose, they begin to quarrel about how to best accomplish it. As the main goal, the primary aim of the research was to discover the key reasons for the conflict in the sugar mills of Dera Ismail Khan (DI Khan); the emphasis was on behavioral results. Investigated was conducted A lot of use can be made of convenience sampling in order to acquire data Total 400 questionnaires were circulated, of which 385 after scrutiny, while 15 failed due to a lack of sincerity. After analysis, these results indicate that evidence for P.C. and N.P. bear a clear and constructive correlation with conflict and have a substantial influence on workers' behavioral consequences (resultant) responses (D.B., T.I.). The results of the analysis would have a significant impact on the sugar industry when they apply to conflict management.


1-Taous Baloch
M.Phil. Scholar, Qurtuba University of Science & Information Technology, Dera Ismail khan, KP, Pakistan.

2-Muhammad Imran
Assistant Professor, Qurtuba University of Science & Information Technology, Dera Ismail khan, KP, Pakistan.

3-Maria Sultana
Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, Lahore Leads University, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.


Conflict, Deviant Behavior, Turnover Intention, D.I. Khan

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Published: Mar 2020

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