Workplace mediation

Workplace mediation


Why use workplace mediation?

Why use workplace mediation?

Conflict at work is inevitable. Differences of opinion can be stimulating and creative but they can also lead to disputes which can be harmful to your employees, your business and your brand.

Workplace mediation is a means of tackling such disputes head on to secure a speedy resolution to issues before they escalate beyond control.
Mediation can be used to tackle a number of common disputes including:

What are the benefits?

What are the benefits?

Workplace mediation is a direct and speedy way to resolve the situation so that legal costs, down-time and employee absence are avoided. It is a hugely effective alternative to lengthy, costly and adversarial approaches to dispute resolution, such as court cases or tribunals.

Established since 2003, we are one of the leading providers of mediation in the South West. This gives you the peace of mind and reassurance that we have retained our expert position through outstanding service, satisfactory outcomes and strong recommendations.

I do not think the service can be improved. I was impressed by the skill and clarity of thought of the mediator

Prevention vs. cure

Prevention vs. cure

Most organisations approach us because they are faced with a conflict that requires immediate attention. But think of the benefits to your business if you had been able to resolve the dispute at an earlier stage.

In addition to case specific mediation consultancy, we are also able to offer in-house mediation awareness training. Working with you and your designated employees, we can provide support to build a culture of ‘prevention’ rather than ‘cure’. The benefits of such an approach are clear to see. Your business will then maintain control and have the skills in-house to minimise potential disputes.

Our highly experienced and accredited mediators have successfully worked with both large and small organisations including various departments within the NHS, regional police forces, various charities and care organisations, as well as a number of small companies.

Helpful and cost effective