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How to Master Workplace


and Employment Mediation Clive Lewis OBE DL


Mediation in the workplace is growing in popularity as a dispute resolution option for UK organisations.


How to Master Workplace and Employment Mediation aims to help readers understand more about what workplace and employment mediation is and how it can be applied effectively in places of work.


Key topics covered in How to Master Workplace and Employment Mediation, include:


The Business Case for Mediation in the Workplace Setting up an in-house mediation scheme Making mediation work Mediation advocacy and representatives in mediation Mediator skills The future of workplace mediation Mediation documentation


How to Master Workplace and Employment Mediation will prove essential reading for anyone involved in workplace and employment mediation, including HR professionals, mediators, lawyers, company secretaries and trade union representatives.


Publication Date: July 2015 Format: Paperback ISBN: 9781780437941 RRP: £75 £60


About the author: Clive Lewis was one of the UK’s first HR Professionals to train as a civil and commercial mediator and now specialises in mediating employment and workplace disputes. He has mediated hundreds of cases and has advised governments on how to apply the mediation concept. He is much in-demand as a mediator and mediator trainer across a range of business sectors throughout UK and Europe. He was awarded the OBE for his contribution to the field of mediation and has recently been appointed as a Deputy Lieutenant. Clive is a Business Psychologist and is the founding director of Globis Mediation Group.


How to Master Workplace and Employment Mediation is part of the ‘How to Master’ mediation series, which also includes How to Master Commercial Mediation and How to Master Negotiation.


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