The Interpersonal Conflicts and its impact on the Employees’ Morale in the HEIs: A correlative study

Irfanullah Khan


The interpersonal conflicts are significant enough to reshape rather redefine the course of academic and administrative pursuits of the higher educational institutions. In every sphere of life, an interpersonal conflict is an antithesis to the phenomenon of co-existence. It cast a highly negative impact upon the institutional standards and eventually hampers the employees’ credibility in all respects. Eventually, the graph of the employees’ morale dips to its minima which are an alarming phenomenon to be analyzed and impeded. The academic institutions, as a seat knowledge and learning cannot afford to sustain the overdose of interpersonal conflict as these conflicts lessen the level of efficiency and output as a whole. The need arises to categorically elaborate, analyze and comprehensively devise the most appropriate approaches to resolve these disputes prevailing within the institutional domains.

Keywords: Interpersonal conflict, Employees’ morale and Institutional performance

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