What is workplace mediation?

Workplace mediation is the process when an independent / impartial professional third party facilitates a discussion between you and your employer, or you and an employee, to find a mutual resolution.

Mediation normally takes place when informal discussions have failed to come up with a solution. The process is voluntary, giving all parties the freedom to terminate.

Ultimately, you and your employer / employee would mutually agree on a solution to solve the dispute.

Why use our workplace mediation service?

  • It’s quick
  • It’s inexpensive
  • Can maintain workplace relationships
  • Parties have control of the solution
  • Empowering
  • Can be used for individuals or teams
  • Can boost team morale
  • Creates an environment where people feel they can talk openly
  • Can reduce absenteeism  

Working with Centre for Resolution’s mediators

Centre for Resolution’s mediators are here to assist with any workplace disputes. Mediation is perfect for disputes between an individual and manager, disputes in a team or between an individual and HR department. Mediation can alleviate stress, tension and negativity as we engage in effective communication and problem solving. 

Workplace mediation is a positive opportunity for people to resolve practical problems, interpersonal issues and to restore and maintain the employment relationship. This means the focus is on working together to go forward.
The earlier dispute resolution takes place the better the outcome is for all parties concerned. The great thing about our workplace mediation service is that it can be used with or as an alternative to more formal procedures such as disciplinary, grievance disputes procedures and court proceedings. But regardless of how it is used, it will ensure to save time and deescalate conflict and organisational costs. 

Our mediators are approachable, so if you have any questions about the process of mediation, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Areas we work

  • General workplace disputes
  • Disability 
  • Failure to make reasonable adjustments 
  • Equality
  • Discrimination
  • Victimisation
  • Harassment
  • Grievances
  • Wrongful termination
  • Contracts
  • Labor management
  • Workers compensation
Comments and feedback on our workplace mediation service...

''I would highly recommend using Centre for Resolution for mediation, as they bend over backwards to remain impartial, but get the best outcome.''

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