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Why Introduce Dispute Resolution Training to your Organization?
Pregnancy-bias complaints to the EEOC rose 6% in 2002 to 3,977.
As of March 2002, the EEOC has a backlog of 74,541 pending cases of bias and discrimination complaints.
In 2001, workers filed approximately 20,000 employment discrimination lawsuits in federal court, more than double the number filed in 1992, according to the Administrative Office of the US Courts.
Where can mediation fit into this picture?
Unresolved conflict in your workplace will destroy productivity and will always damage your bottom line.
Your organization's litigation expenses will become lower by introducing a mediation step program, which precedes arbitration or litigation of workplace disputes.
What are indicators that your workplace is in trouble?
TOO MANY "YES” ANSWERS?
The reason could be you or your managers may be treating problems as the enemy. Are you or your managers using problems as a reason to harden your responses to your staff?
The result of this approach is:
What are the alternatives?
HOW DO YOU BENEFIT FROM THIS APPROACH?
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De Waal Consultants Mediation Services:
In-House Conflict Management Training
Executive Coaching in Conflict Management
When is mediation appropriate?
Conflicts between Worker/Manager
Conflicts between Manager/Manager
Conflicts between Employee/Customer
Conflicts between Employees
By introducing mediation procedures into your organization, litigation expenses will plummet.
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