Online Mediation is a form of conflict resolution and a way to resolve disputes outside the courts and in an online setting. When parties in conflict are unwilling or unable to resolve a dispute, online mediation is a good option. Mediation is generally a structured and hands-on process. During mediation, the disputing parties voluntarily work with a neutral third party (mediator) to resolve their dispute.
Family Mediation applies the basic principles of mediation to the resolution of issues that arise in families. During family mediation, a trained mediator will assist the disputing parties to resolve their disagreement by facilitating their discussions and guiding through the process of finding a mutually agreeable solution.
Conflicts commonly arise between employees within a team, between departments, and between employees and management. Our workplace mediators assist parties in dispute by facilitating their discussions and guiding through the process of finding mutually agreeable solutions.
Mediation is Voluntary.
Mediation is a voluntary method of dispute resolution in which the parties to a dispute are assisted in reaching a settlement by a neutral third party.
The Mediator is Neutral.
The mediator is neither judge nor a censor, but may express a personal opinion if it will help the settlement process.
The Parties Decide.
The parties decide the outcome of the mediation, not the mediator.
Win | Win Outcomes.
Mediation allows both sides to win.
Mediation Equalizes Power.
Mediation equalizes the power of the parties to bring about agreement.
Mediation is Fair.
Mediation empowers both sides to say no.
Mediation can be used to settle virtually any type of dispute, with the exception of a contest for power.
HOW IT WORKS
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