Sample Conflict Resolution Letter for Employees

Sample Conflict Resolution Letter for Employees

[These are Sample Conflict Resolution Letter for Employees. You can follow this sample as a conflict management letter or Alternative dispute resolution letter. You need to modify this sample according to your needs.]

Date…

To,

The CEO/manager (Job Designation),

XYZ Company/Organization name…

Sub: Letter to Resolve Conflict between Employees/Managers

Sir,

I am writing this letter in reply to your memo. I received your memo yesterday (date) asking me about the incident that happened the other day between the manager and the technician. (Describe actual problem and situation).

Sir, the other day, it was a normal day until the technician (Work type) came in the office almost 15 minutes late. The manager saw him coming in, walked up to him and started investigating the fact that he was late. Upon further investigation, the technician told the manager that he was late that day just because his son was ill for a few days now and needed to be treated from a hospital. (Show actual situation).

The manager acting as arrogant as he has always been started shouting at the technician which burst him in tears. The manager offended the technician personally saying that his job is much more important than his family. Sir, for a man these are some harsh words to hear.

The technician saying nothing walked away and hasn’t come back till today. The manager didn’t even ask me once where he was or where he went it’s like he doesn’t care. As you know the technician has been a part of this firm for quite some years now and understands the methodologies of work as much as any other staff member.

We need him at work as soon as possible. Being the Senior Floor Manager (Job position) it was my duty to tell you what happened that day. Now that you know the happening I would request you to kindly shift our technician to a different office until the matter cools down and the dispute between them dissolves away in the air.

With utmost respect and best regards,

Your name…

Job Designation…

Department Name…