In the corporate world, conflict and disputes can be enormously costly both economically and in terms of productivity.
Mediation is a proven method for achieving mutually agreed-upon resolutions to corporate conflicts.
Conflict and disputes are economically costly and affect productivity. Human resource issues, alleged discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination or other employment disputes can cost tens of thousands of dollars to litigate. Inter-departmental conflicts or suits from rival companies are time consuming, expensive, and the outcome risky when resolved in court. Wouldn’t you rather have a voice in the outcome of any conflict resolution your business may face? Mediation is a process that brings a neutral party – a mediator – who facilitates a conversation between parties, informally and confidentially, to reach a mutually agreeable and voluntary resolution. It can eliminate the need for a costly, time-consuming litigation. The mediator is an expert in identifying key issues, viewing the case impartially, and exploring the best solution for everyone involved. Mediation is confidential, voluntary, flexible and open to creative mutually agreeable solutions (M.G.L. Ch. 233 § 23C). Private sessions (also known as caucuses) between participants and the mediator are confidential; statements are never shared with other participants without permission. Savings to your company can be substantial when you choose mediation to settle your conflicts. Our many years of experience mediating cases both in and out of court throughout Massachusetts make us an ideal partner for all manner of corporate conflict resolution.
Some Ways We Can Help:
issues between departments
Company to Company
For More Information About Corporate or employment Mediation:
The first step in the dispute resolution process is for a representative from the company – a member of Human Resources, Employee Relations, or Legal Departments or the employee seeking resolution – to contact Daniels Mediation Services at (978) 582-1077 or fill out the form below for a confidential case review at no charge.