Integrating ADR in the Workplace: Upholding Accountability, Fairness and Respect
While implementing ADR and mediation in the workplace may not settle
While implementing ADR and mediation in the workplace may not settle every dispute, it may help your clients resolve conflicts without taking legal action. Discover the right approaches for when to utilize dispute resolution and how to help your clients maintain positive work environments.
*Drafting arbitration clauses that consider the parties and their particular situations
*Selecting the right method of ADR and to incorporate ADR in today’s workplace
*Identifying a suitable, diverse arbitrator or mediator: key considerations to ensure fairness
*How can changes in the workplace affect the way parties should approach their cases?
Reut Amit, Barrister and Solicitor, Investigator, Mediator, and Facilitator, Southern Butler Price LLP
Stephen Gillman, Partner, Levitt Sheikh
Mark Lawrence,Mediator, Facilitator, Investigator & Integrity Commissioner, ADR Chambers
Michael L. Maynard, Mediator, Facilitator, Investigator & Integrity Commissioner, ADR Chambers
(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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