Workplace conflicts can have a negative impact on employee morale and productivity. In some cases, these conflicts can lead to legal disputes and costly lawsuits. By using workplace arbitration and ADR, employers and employees can resolve conflicts in a timely and cost-effective manner, without the need for costly and time-consuming court proceedings.
How We Work
Our team of experienced arbitrators and mediators work with both employees and employers to understand the issues at hand and to find a resolution that is fair and just for all parties involved. We use a variety of ADR methods, such as mediation and negotiation, to reach a resolution that is acceptable to all parties.
We approach each case with impartiality and an open mind. We understand that workplace conflicts can be complex and emotional, and we work to create a safe and non-threatening environment for all parties to express their concerns and to find a resolution that is in the best interest of everyone involved.
We work closely with human resources departments, management teams, and individual employees to understand the specific issues at hand and to develop a plan for resolving the conflict. We also work with legal teams to ensure that the resolution is in compliance with relevant laws and regulations.
Our goal is to help employers and employees resolve conflicts in a timely and efficient manner, without the need for costly and time-consuming court proceedings. By using workplace arbitration and ADR, we can help to improve employee morale, increase productivity, and reduce the risk of legal disputes.
Mediation: We use a neutral third party to facilitate communication and negotiation between conflicting parties to find a resolution that is mutually acceptable for all.
Negotiation: We assist conflicting parties in working together, with the help of a neutral third party, to reach a resolution that is mutually acceptable for all.
Arbitration: We use a neutral third party to hear evidence and make a binding decision to resolve disputes.
Facilitation: We use a neutral third party to help a group of people work together to find a solution to a difficult decision or problem.