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  • Dismissal Documents - Mediation checklist
    Mediation checklistAssuming an employee has agreed to participate in mediation, if the mediator is in-house, he or she can use our mediation checklist to help them to prepare for and present the mediation session.PreparationBoth the mediator and you will need to prepare for the mediation session. The mediator will want to go through all the paperwork to establish the history and facts relating to the dispute.  For your part, you need to arrange where it will be held and provide appropriate resources. If the...
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  • Dismissal Documents - Mediation policy
    Mediation policyIf you have a dispute with an employee, one option is for it to be resolved through mediation. Our mediation policy advises employees of the existence of mediation as a method of resolving workplace disputes.Mediation definedMediation is an informal and confidential process in which an impartial third party mediator assists the parties involved in a dispute to try to reach a mutually agreeable solution, with a view to preserving the parties' relationship. During the process, each party can speak...
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  • Dismissal Documents - Letter to external mediator
    Letter to external mediatorIt's important to carefully choose an external mediator.  Our letter to external mediator is designed to elicit key information that will assist you in making your choice.External appointmentDisputes that look likely to result in legal proceedings, or which are complicated or high value, are best resolved using an accredited external mediator rather than an in-house mediator, as they will be in a better position to be impartial, facilitate discussions and properly draft the mediation...
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  • Dismissal Documents - Letter inviting employee to mediation
    Letter inviting employee to mediationIf you want to try to resolve a workplace dispute through mediation, provisionally appoint a mediator and then use our letter inviting employee to mediation to set the process in motion.  However, be aware that mediation is entirely voluntary so you cannot force an employee to enter into it. Appointment of mediatorYou can use an in-house or external mediator. An in-house mediator should have the authority to settle the dispute and ideally be more senior than the parties...
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