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Do you need expert and effective dispute resolution or mediation services for your business? Here you will find experienced professionals covering Conflict Resolution, Mediation, Arbitration and investigation services in the UK.
Independent Commercial & Workplace Mediator
Independent Commercial & Workplace Mediator.
Working creatively with clients and their HR and legal advisers offering independent commercial and workplace Mediation, Arbitration and Investigations. I have over forty years’ experience of identifying and facilitating mutually agreeable solutions in the workplace to remove the risks of litigation. Providing services throughout the UK, I would be delighted to hear from you if you would like to know more about my mediation, arbitration and investigation services and I am happy to respond in outline to any matters that need addressing.
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Priam House, Fire Fly Av, Swindon SN2 2EH
A Wiltshire based HR Consultancy covering employment contracts, policies, procedures and dispute resolution.
We offer a comprehensive service focusing on all aspects of the legal compliance that goes hand-in-hand with employing people. I work with small to medium sized businesses that have staff but don’t have a full-time, in-house HR advisor or manager. I support internal HR personnel who lack employment law expertise. The Go Legal expert advice covers four key areas: 1. Employment contracts, policies and procedures. 2. Employee relations including dispute resolution and mediation. 3. Employment tribunal preparation and support. 4. Recruitment and selection
HR & Diversity provide UK-wide conflict resolution services.
Established in 2003, we provide external investigation services and bespoke Outsourced HR. We specialise in a broad range of employee relations subjects including grievances, disciplinaries, redundancy, alleged wrongful dismissal, long-term absence, suspension or any situation where the contractual relationship is fragile or has irretrievably broken down. The SME and small business owner may take comfort from our diversity workshops, training packages and a guarantee that policies, procedures, Contracts and Staff Handbooks will be kept up to date and legally compliant.
The importance of Dispute Resolution in the workplace can reduce productivity and create a difficult work environment, leading to unwanted turnover of staff and reduced morale. Managing conflict well can help find creative solutions to internal relationship issues, and can help to prevent environments that breed negativity, stress, de-motivation and general employee unrest.
Conflict resolution can be defined as the informal or formal process by which two or more parties reach a peaceful and amicable resolution to a workplace dispute.
Conflict in the workplace may occur between co-workers, or between a manager and employee, or between service providers and their clients or customers.
Mediation is a process of resolving disputes using an independent mediator to assists both parties in reaching a mutually satisfactory agreement. Mediation can be used to resolve disputes about workplace relationships rather than disputes involving pay or issues related to dismissal or conduct. You could use mediation services to resolve issues related to bullying and harassment or personality clashes.
When there’s a disagreement between an employer and employee, a third party can make a decision on the dispute to settle it. This is called ‘arbitration’. Arbitration is delivered by a neutral, impartial person. The arbitrator considers the arguments from both sides of the dispute and makes a decision based on the evidence presented. Before arbitration starts, both sides must agree to accept the arbitrator’s decision.
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