How mediation might be applied to workplace. Tips for making a good choice of a mediator and mediation process. Outcomes likely to be expected and particular variations for standard mediation agreements in workplace matters. Role of confidentiality in workplace matters (legal challenges). Role of legal advisers in workplace matters. Intake, the role and considerations on preliminary conflict of workplace matters. Mediating bullying, discrimination and harassment. Watch on-demand 24/7, any device. Ready when you are. All CPD for Me accounts include LogCPD where you can store and record CPD activities, from any provider – by CPD period. Simply print or email your Activity Statement when you have completed your CPD requirements.
Mediation and ADR in the Workplace (2015) – 1 CPD Unit
Mediation and ADR in the Workplace
Key Learning Outcomes
- How mediation might be applied to workplace.
- Some tips for making a good choice of a mediator and mediation process.
- Outcomes likely to be expected
- Particular variations for standard mediation agreements in workplace matters
- Role of confidentiality in workplace matters (legal challenges)
- Role of legal advisers in workplace matters
- Intake, the role, and considerations on preliminary conflict of workplace matters
- Mediating, bullying, discrimination and harassment
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About your Speaker
Shirli Kirschner is a dispute resolution practitioner. Shirli is a Nationally accredited mediator, receiveing a 2014 LEADR practitioner award for significant contribution to ADR. 2002 saw Shirli receiving a SPAN award for contribution to dispute resolution in the wholesale telecommunications market. She is the dispute resolution adviser for the wholesale energy market and for APRA/AMCOS and a visiting fellow at the law school at UNSW. Working as a lawyer at Allen Allen and Hemsey, Shirli moved to Gilbert + Tobin before establishing Resolve Advisors to provide full time services in ADR to business and Government. She has worked in Australia and Internationally including the USA, Japan and the middle east.
David Bryson is a Senior Consultant with Resolve Advisors. He is an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) consultant with over 30 years experience as a workplace mediator and dispute resolution adviser. His areas of mediation expertise have been in disputes related to workplace discrimination, harassment, bullying and employment injuries. In 2014 David received a LEADR Award for Significant Contribution to Dispute Resolution in Australia.
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