Workplace MediationResolving disputes at Work - Creative Resolution of employment disputes - CREDO
We offer mediation services to companies and employers to resolve disputes in the workplace before they get out of hand.
Our creative employment dispute resolution service is called Credo.
Our mediators have also delivered seminars and training. We abide by the European Code of Conduct for Mediators and have over £1M professional indemnity cover. We can organise time limited, full or half day mediations and can also arrange telephone and online mediations. We have a competitive scale of charges appropriate for each case. Please contact us for a quotation.
Alternatively, we can attend for a full day’s mediation for £750 plus VAT (and in some instances reasonable travel costs)
We have put together a guide to workplace mediation. Please contact us for a copy: email@example.com
Mike is an experienced workplace mediator
Rena runs her own HR consultancy and is an ACAS trained mediator.
Dr Richard Marks
Richard is a consultant anaethetist and specialises in dealing with workplace disputes in hospitals and GP surgeries
Dawn is an expert mediator specialising in workplace mediation.
Dr Sarah Coope
Sarah is a GP and specialises in resolving conflict situations in the NHS workplace
Peter is an award winning mediator who has expertise in resolving conflict in the workplace and dealing with grievances.
Creative Resolution of Employment Disputes
We often speak to the parties before the mediation and afterwards to follow up on whether relationships and communication have improved. This is all part of the ProMediate creative workplace mediation service.
We also explore with the parties how their employer can help ameliorate any problems such as changing the working environment and providing training. Sometimes one party is looking for an apology and to draw a line under the past, particularly where a grievance has been raise. We can explore that too.
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