How to… Mediate: The Art of Dispute ResolutionPosted in : How To... with Dr. Gerry McMahon on 24 July 2017
Mediation is a voluntary, positive, forward-thinking way of resolving disputes, using a neutral third party (the mediator) to facilitate a settlement.
A recent review by the Kennedy Institute for Workplace Mediation at Maynooth University confirms that mediation has numerous benefits. These include high settlement rates, participant satisfaction with the process and agreements secured, repaired relationships, improved morale and performance and cost effectiveness.
Hence it’s little wonder that researchers on alternative dispute resolution mechanisms at UCD and Queen’s University have found a
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