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Unresolved workplace conflict costs a lot more than just money. We help resolve complex and challenging disputes swiftly, effectively and with as little disruption as possible.
Mediation is a flexible confidential process in which a neutral person actively assists the parties in working towards a negotiated agreement of a dispute or difference. The parties have ultimate control of the decision to settle and the terms of resolution.
As an experienced workplace mediator, Bernadette will work with all parties in a dispute to establish their underlying needs and interests, encourage dialogue and ultimately help your employees move towards a more constructive and satisfactory resolution. In most cases, mediation lasts for one full day. The mediation may take place in the organisation or in a neutral venue, to maintain confidentiality.
It is in the employer’s interest to address such issues promptly as experience has shown us that entrenched positions arise when problems are overlooked, inflamed, or even ignored, prolonging the impact of the conflict and resulting in unnecessary legal fees.
We resolve 92% of disputes referred to us and these typically involve complex issues such as grievances, complaints and allegations of bullying, and harassment. As independent mediators we provide a highly successful method of resolving even the most intractable deadlock!
If you have a disagreement, disharmony, dispute, difficulty or differences in your workplace, talk to us about how Mediation might help resolve things for you.
“"A small organisation making big changes wanting calm and clear support on how to deliver a restructure programme: P3 supported us on all elements; with a timetable of activity for Board so they felt confident all steps were in place and importantly all staff were considered and supported; process roll-out guidance; production of letters for staff; 1:1 support for me, the MD, as we handled the emotional and personal challenges that any restructure generates, as most importantly it's about people. Thank you P3"”
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