Workplace Mediation

Workplace Mediation

What can we do for you?

Our workplace mediation services help you to resolve difficult issues with your people swiftly and effectively. We help you make sure working relationships are the best they can be, along with productivity and wellbeing for your organisation, teams and key individuals.

How does it work?

Mediation is ideal for the following types of issues:

  • Communication problems
  • Clashes of personality or management styles
  • Perceptions of unfair treatment
  • Bullying, harassment and discrimination
  • Interpersonal or behavioural problems
  • Re-integrating aggrieved employees

Who can it help?

Workplace disputes consume valuable time and can exert a profoundly detrimental influence upon your business. Mediation often allows employers to retain employees in a meaningful and engaged way, whilst also avoiding the need for expensive recruitment or ligation costs.

Our mediation services can also help you to identify any systemic problems within your organisation, which could create numerous individual disputes over a sustained period. This enables you to take a proactive and holistic approach to remedying the root causes.

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R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

What can we do for you?

Not only is disrespectful behaviour in the workplace bad for your people and your corporate reputation, it also affects productivity. Teams do their best work when they feel supported. This course helps you create and foster a tolerant, respectful working environment in your workplace, one in which everyone is treated with consideration, and responds by bringing their best selves to work.

How does it work?

Our course will help you, as an employer, create an environment where people enjoy working together and, as a result, become more productive and are likely to recommend you as an employer brand. You can take what you learn and adapt it for your own company and HR practice.

Here’s what we’ll cover on the course:

  • Costs of a disrespectful workplace
  • The role of Self-Respect
  • Respecting others
  • Principles of Respectful Behavior:
  • Respecting Diversity
  • Communicating with others
  • Privacy and Personal Space
  • Respecting others’ ideas
  • Assigning blame and admitting mistakes
  • Making and keeping Promises
  • Negative emotions
  • Respecting your workplace
  • Preventing and reporting inappropriate behavior
  • No retaliation policy for good faith reporting
  • Your company’s policy on Respect in the Workplace

Who is it for?

Are you looking to ensure that your workplace is doing all it can to create a respectful, friendly work environment? Maybe you know what that looks like and want to benchmark. Maybe you’ve had issues that you’re looking to resolve in your own workplace. We can tailor to ensure that it speaks directly to where your business is and what you need.