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Volume 4 | Issue 2 | 2021
Author(S): Saka Aditya and Anton A Setyawan*
Corresponding Author Affiliation*: Muhammadiyah University of Surakarta, Indonesia
This research aims to determine which styles are applied to manage and handle conflict and whether conflict management has an effect on job satisfaction and in public sector. The research was conducted in December 2017 in the government public sector of Indonesia. The data in this research was collected by using questionnaire. The questionnaire used ROCI-II (integrating, avoiding, obliging, dominating, compromising style) instruments for conflict management and JSS Paul Spector on job satisfaction. The results of this study showed that government public sector workers used collaborative conflict management style (integrating style) in conflict management and handling. Conflict management has 5 conflict management styles, from the 5 factors, only 2 factors are formed, namely factor 1 and 2. Factor 1 includes the style of collaboration (integrating style), accommodation (obliging style), and compromise (compromising style). Factor 2 includes dominating style and avoidance (avoiding style).
Keywords: Conflict Management, Conflict Management style, Job Satisfaction, Public Sector, Indonesia