Conflict Decision-Making Organizational Design: Sedgwick Claims Management Services Inc

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Conflict, Decision Making, Organizational Design Conflict, Decision Making, Organizational Design Sedgwick Claims Management Services, Inc belongs to the insurance industry and has it's headquarter in Memphis Tennessee, United States. Sedgwick has a workforce of around fifty-one to two-hundred and generate annual revenues of approximately $ 3 million. This firm is the pioneer in the industry. The firm provides affordable claims management, program administration, managed care and some other associated services. Sedgwick has around hundred and fifty offices in Canada as well as U.S. The specialties of the firm include FMLA and other employee absence, employee reward, disability, and all-purpose, automobile and proficient liability claims services. The affiliates of Sedgwick and Sedgwick itself plan and then implement the programs, which are customizable and are structured by keeping in view the needs of the customer (Cowles & Green., 1996). Conflicts occur in almost every organization. Sedgwick is a big firm and there is a probability that many conflicts might occur. For resolving the conflicts, different negotiation strategies can be applied. Negotiation strategies for avoiding potential conflicts The negotiation strategies that can be applied to address potential conflicts are: Equal Treatment Negotiation Strategy This is a type of negotiation strategy in which both the employees can be treated equally. While adopting this type of strategy the management should

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