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TCM extends its programme of free events for HR and Personnel Professionals.
Introduction"TCM already runs a very popular programme of free events and symposia. These two new events will enhance our current programme whilst providing high quality information and guidance to HR and Personnel Professionals - at a time when they are becoming increasingly aware of the possibilities and the opportunities that mediation offers"
A programme of high quality free mediation seminars
The first event : "A Mediation Eye Opener"This half-day event introduces the 3 P's of Mediation - Principles, Process and Practical applications.
It is an interactive, informative and fun event.
The second event : "Mediation and the Employment Contract"We all know that mediation is an effective tool for restoring the psychological contract, however, less is known about how and where mediation can fit into employment contracts. Indeed, there is ongoing debate whether mediation should be included in the contract or should feature as a discretionary activity.
To help organisations make sense of this debate, TCM has developed a 'Model FAIR Mediation Cause' and 'FAIR Mediation Protocol' which sets out clearly the means by which mediation can be offered within the employment contract. This event provides everything that HR could need to know about making mediation a formal part of employment contracts, HR systems and policies.
Mediation is big news and recent Government guidance is recommending an increased use of mediation within business disputes. Mediation is playing a significant part in:
Why you need to be at these events.
- Restoring professional and harmonious workplace relationships.
- Resolving team and group conflicts.
- Reducing stress and absence.
- Promoting collaboration and creativity.
- Tackling bullying and other inappropriate behaviours.
- Reducing the risk of litigation.
- Reducing costs and other factors related to dispute resolution.