The Generational Differences in Work Values and its Impact on Workplace Conflicts of Operational Level Employees in Pharmaceutical Companies of Western Province, Sri Lanka
The primary purpose of this study was to identify whether there is a significant impact of generational differences in work values on workplace conflicts. This study is cross-sectional and explanatory research in nature. A standard questionnaire was used to collect primary data through a survey. The respondents were the 120 operational level employees who are working in Pharmaceutical companies in the Western Province of Sri Lanka. Descriptive statistics, correlation analysis, and one-way ANOVA were used to analyze data and make conclusions. Findings revealed that there is no significant impact of generational differences in work values on workplace conflicts. Further analysis done using one-way ANOVA revealed that there is a significant difference in work values between generations and workplace conflicts among generations
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