Why HR is missing a trick with mediation

Why HR is missing a trick with mediation

Mediation can improve staff productivity and morale, according to Andrew Dane.

He is a mediation specialist, and a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development, as well as an employment law expert. He spoke to Executive Grapevine about how workplace conflicts can tear offices apart, and explained how mediation can be used by HR to calm delicate situations.

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Comments (1)

  • Leatham Green
    Leatham Green
    Wed, 24 Feb 2016 1:03pm GMT
    I fully support the message behind this article - in East Sussex County Council we have been proactively using and benefiting from application of mediation - the business case is a no brainer and I can't understand why it is not the norm for all organisations. The feedback from our colleagues and trade union representatives is overwhelmingly positive.

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