In addition to this, another way in which Starbucks is able to manage conflicts within their workplace would be through Mission Review wherein it allows their employees to voice directly to the management their concerns if whether the company policies or practices are still consistent with Starbucks Mission Statement and Guiding Principles.
The Mission Review program also provides enough room for the employees of Starbucks to offer suggestions on how the company can do better. Through these programs, Starbucks has been able to minimize cases of conflicts on their workplace thereby maintaining high performance rate on the part of their workforce.
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