Practical and balanced offers, which move the litigation towards the conclusion, will increase the level of cooperation with a view to a compromise solution. As a conflict resolution technique, compromise can be effective, but it also has its drawbacks: compromise can be an effective method of resolving conflicts and differences, but it is not always the best choice. Recourse to compromise, where other modes of conflict (prevention, accommodation, competition or cooperation) may be more appropriate, may lead to a process or outcome that is not useful to the current situation. It is important that compromises do not lose vital issues or essential requirements. Other creative solutions are sometimes needed. Not all differences of opinion and differences of opinion should be negotiated. Effective people know when to compromise and when other approaches are needed to solve problems. Conflict is an inevitable reality in the workplace…