Personality clashes Stress Workload Poor line management Dishonesty Lack of role clarity
Harassment Bullying Discrimination Clash of values Poor leadership Warring egos
Above are the common causes of conflict in the workplace that can be resolved using Workplace Mediation techniques. It is most suitable where there is a current and likely ongoing employment relationship, but where less formal discussions have failed.
Workplace Mediation varies from commercial and employment mediation in emphasis, dynamics, procedure and resulting agreement so it is advisable to appoint a mediator with specific training in this area, such as JWF Mediation,
The aim is to find a solution to the immediate problem and protect the future relationship so that they – and the company – can get back to business.
Pay and bonuses Company restructuring Harassment Victimisation Board level disputes
Unfair and wrongful dismissal Flexible working arrangements Discrimination TUPE
Employment Mediation is used when an employee, or former employee, and an employer are in a legal dispute and they wish to negotiate a compromise agreement. Above are some of the common employment disputes addressed using mediation.
Whilst taking the format of a standard commercial mediation, employment mediations are usually set up by external legal advisors and involve lawyers and their fees,