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Workplace Mediation
Workplace Mediation2021-06-28T17:14:13+01:00

Workplace Mediation

Workplace Mediation has various mediation levels; the most prominent is disputes between employees or between employees and employers used to restore the working relationship and address behaviour problems. An independent mediator assists and facilitates both sides of the dispute to engage in constructive structural negotiation and find a solution to the issue that is acceptable to all parties involved.

We have specialised in workplace mediation, resolving disputes between employees or between employees and employers for restoring the working relationship and addressing behaviour problems.

  • Allegations of bullying and harassment
  • Breakdown of personal relationships at work
  • Personality clash
  • Line management tensions
  • Grievances in response to management style on performance management
  • Attitude, communication and behavioural issues
  • Change management and restructure
  • Group & team issues
  • Perceived discrimination and cultural conflicts.

We have a 95% success rate and take on complex conflicts and sensitive issues, including mediation between senior management, whistleblowing issues, reinstatement, equality & diversity issues, international staff and cultural conflict, sexual harassment, and breakdown of personal relationships at work.

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Is Mediation Privilege?2021-06-24T15:45:16+01:00

Courts are likely to regard the discussions as privileged. What you say during mediation cannot later be used in Court as evidence. We will ask each of you to agree that all discussions during mediation take place only to attempt to reach a settlement and are on the basis that they are confidential and will not be referred to in evidence in any court proceedings or affidavit about the same issue.

Facts disclosed during mediation are regarded as open; this includes the information provided when mediating about finances. This information will need to be verified with supporting documents during mediation. While it remains confidential, the information may be used subsequently in court. This means that if an agreement is not reached in mediation, you can still use it as the basis for further discussions.

Is Mediation Confidential?2021-09-22T16:06:29+01:00

Yes, mediation is confidential. We will never pass contact details or other personal information on to a third party without your agreement other than in the circumstances stated below:

  • We must contact the appropriate authority if we think that you or another party to mediation is at risk of harm.
  • By law, we must report to the appropriate authority any suspicion of money laundering by people undertaking mediation.

Our mediators are registered with

Why Choose Mediation?

  • You will save on Litigation and Court Fee Costs.

  • Mediators are Extremely Experienced Professionals in facilitating negotiations and settlements.

  • Mediation Privilege, What you say during mediation cannot be used in Court as evidence.

  • It is affordable Alternative Disputes Resolution Services.

  • Mediation is a confidential process.
  • Mediators are Impartial and Non-judgmental.

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