Nonemployment Conflict Essay

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Non-Employment Management Assignment
Wamayo River Basin is becoming a commercialized area with more dams going in to offer irrigation and hydropower for the community, also the area is used for paper products and many of the trees are being cut down for this reason, which is speculated to the contributing to the declining salmon population. The Wamayo Salmon population is dwindling due to these commercial activities and within 10 years it is expected that the salmon population at Wamayo River will be extinct. As a policy advisor for Wamayo Basin Management and Conservation, it will be my duty to implement a policy to protect the wildlife while also insuring the region receives ...view middle of the document...

If there is a cut back in the number of dams to be put in to protect the salmon population this can cut back on the irrigation supply to local farmers. Or also, if there are more dams put in place, there was talk of charging a tax to local farmers; this may not sit well with the local farmers. They may not agree to this and not want to pay a tax for the irrigation. The farmers are well aware of their water rights in the area and their right to irrigation. However, all these methods to be used are to save the salmon population. But there are also other options that can be done to benefit both situations. For example, building dams to provide hydropower and including fish ladders on the dams so the salmon can move through the dams safely. In the situation of eliminating the extinction of salmon and also trying to conserve the commercial industry taking place at Wamayo River is a situation that can cause a lot of conflict. The stakeholder groups involved in this project include; The Salmon Survival Group, The Wamayo Department of Energy, The Northwest Timber and Paper Association, and The Wamayo Farmers Association. With all these stakeholders involved and believing that their cause is top priority, it is not unlikely that conflict will occur. This can create conflict between the stakeholders and make them go after one another and make them feel as though one stakeholder is cause for the other problems. For example, The Salmon Survival Group believes the logging is the contributing factor to the killing of the salmon population. To eliminate these conflicts and keep them to a minimum, alternative dispute resolutions will need to be created for this project.
Alternative Dispute Resolution Techniques
With so many different organizations, and stakeholders involved and emotions involved there is sure to be conflict during this project. The best solution is to have alternative dispute resolution techniques in place. Having these techniques in place will help eliminate conflict; as well as resolve conflict should it arise. The first step in reducing conflict and eliminating it is to have open, equal communication between all four stakeholders. Allowing for open, equal communication will make all the stakeholders feel involved. If one stakeholder feels that another is getting more time to discussion their point of view this will lead to conflict. Having an organizational meeting with all the stakeholders and telling them the policy and their rights will help in reducing conflict. Also, another important aspect to inform the stakeholders of is the building process of the dam. This will ensure everyone is aware of how the process works and what will be done so there is no confusion, which will reduce conflict. Keeping the stakeholders informed will help in the reduction of conflict. The stakeholders will also need to be informed of the consequences should they not follow the policies, having consequences for their actions will...

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