Workplace Mediation Service
How we help to resolve disputes in the workplace
Staff turnover is one of the more costly things to a business. We have the expertise to support employees, teams and external colleagues to keep or improve their workplace relationships through the mediation process. Our service is independent and confidential which gives the best chance of a positive outcome.
Situations we work with are varied and often involve:
Why use mediation for workplace conflict?
A swift response
Neutral and confidential
Frequently Asked Questions
A mediation process can be effective in one-to-one or team situations. We work where there is high conflict, communication breakdown, social media exclusion, long term issues and much more.
We have provided support in may different organisations: schools, hospitals and public authorities, international situations, boards of trustees and executive- level situations. Our trained and accredited workplace mediators are from a wide range of backgrounds. We work around a wide range of schedules.
We often offer online introductory meetings with the mediators followed by an in-person joint mediation meeting. We find meeting in person generally improves the chances of a long-lasting outcome. However, we review this case-by-case to assess and support the conditions for the best possible outcome.
Yes, we provide mediation for staff-staff, staff-governors, staff-parent-student situations. We also excel at in-school Peer Mediation training and ongoing service support.
Conflict between work colleagues is costly to employers and threatens the wellbeing of staff. We are happy to have a purely exploratory call to consider the options.
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What is workplace mediation?
Mediation gives colleagues a supported environment to deal constructively with conflict and find a way forward. Compared with formal processes, it is quick, effective and relatively low in cost. It is a voluntary and step-by-step process:
Our workplace mediators are from a wide range of backgrounds and are all accredited. We use a ‘co-mediation’ model, providing two mediators for all meetings. Appointments are available in person or online, including out of hours.