A workplace is not only a common roof under which people work and implement productivity in order to fulfill certain tasks but also serves as a ground for employer-employee interaction and also amongst employees. In this era of competition and increasing hours of work and pressing deadlines, disputes, and dissatisfaction are common occurrences. Such disputes show a greater tendency to crop up between employers and their employees, rather than within the employee community to a large extent. Next, the intervention of Employment Law and the existence of the Employment Contract is explained, in the context of the rights and duties prescribed to the employers and employees.Further, moving on to Collective Dispute and Bargaining, a clear distinction is brought about between the concept and that of Individual Dispute and Bargaining, with reference to the Employment Law. The paper attempts to point out that the Employment Law has supported Individual Bargaining. A final conclusion supporting the fact that the Law succeeds in supporting the resolution of Individual Disputes and Bargaining to a greater degree, than that of Collective Bargaining.It is but natural that when numerous individuals come together with different sets of values and temperaments. More importantly, it occurs between employers and employees due to varied reasons, such as differences in viewpoints and opinions, expectations, terms, and conditions. and the output generated. Here is an analysis of the varied causes that could lead to the employer-employee dispute and conflict.Poor Communication: One of the prime causes of the disputes that arise between employers and employees, is poor communication. When one or both the parties are not explicit or detailed and clear in their expression of a certain idea or expectation, it perhaps does not reach out to the other party.