As a qualified MfN mediator, we are happy to assist you in resolving your (business) dispute. We act as mediator in labour disputes, corporate disputes, shareholder disputes, conflicts between employees and other disputes.
Mediation is a form of conflict resolution in which you solve the conflict together with the other party, under the guidance of an independent mediator. This mediator is therefore not a judge who imposes a decision, but an independent and neutral conversation leader.
Mediation often consists of one or a number of conversations in which you try to get to the heart of the dispute together with the other party and in which both parties jointly seek solutions. Because you must actively participate and think about a solution, in many cases a tailor-made solution is possible that considers the interests of both parties.
Two important aspects of mediation are confidentiality and voluntary.
The confidentiality in mediation means that both parties and the mediator are not allowed to make any announcements about what has been decided during the mediation talks. This secrecy allows both parties to talk openly to each other without running the risk of the other party discussing or making announcements about the content of the conversations with third parties.
Voluntary means that only if you and the other party are willing to try to resolve the disputes through mediation can a mediation process be initiated. No one can be required to participate in mediation. This voluntary is also true during the mediation process. If you or the other party wants to end mediation at any time, you can. The other party will have to accept that, whatever the reason.
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Mediation can be used in all kinds of conflicts and usually leads to a sustainable solution.