Managing People: A Mock Mediation
In recent years there has been an increase in the emphasis on mediation and resolving disputes without recourse to the courts and employment tribunals. Parties need to consider, at each stage of a dispute, whether mediation is a sensible option. With a less formal setting, and fewer procedural issues to contend with, mediation may be seen by both parties as a more effective means of resolving their differences.
In this session we will go through a mock mediation, the pros and cons of attending from the employer's perspective, what to expect at the mediation itself and preparation essentials.
What you will get form this session:
• An overview of the mediation process and when it is likely to be appropriate.
• A guide to the practicalities of the mediation itself and the role of the mediator.
• Key learning points.
Date / Time: 3 July 2019 / 09:00 - 11:30
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