Conflict at work costs employers 450 days management time every year
- ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN EMPLOYMENT: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS. Dibble, Richard E. // Journal of Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector;2000, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p245
Describes trends over the past two decades in employer application of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) procedures to the settlement of workplace disputes. Development of employment ADR; Organizational culture; Voluntary application; Application before resolution through courts or agencies;...
- Securing a durable mediation agreement to settle complex employment disputes. Singletary, Cary R.; Shearer, Robert A.; Kuligofski, Elaine M. // Labor Law Journal;Apr95, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p223
Both voluntary and mandatory mediation have become well-established options for resolving many types of legal claims. The labor-management community long has recognized the usefulness of mediation in resolving workplace disputes are being refereed to mediation. Because employment disputes tend...
- Dispute procedures lead to more claims. Scott, Anna // People Management;2/8/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p9
The article reports how statutory dispute resolution procedures have failed to reduce tribunal applications and complexity in workplace conflict. The Managing conflict at work survey found that dealing with disputes cost the average employer about 350 days of management and human resource time...
- WORKPLACE RIGHTS: MATTERS OF DISPUTE. Burd, Michael; Davies, James // Management Today;Apr2007, p15
The article discusses sorting out of disagreement between employers and their staff in the workplace without resorting to employment tribunals in Great Britain. It states that the Government agrees that the statutory discipline and grievance procedures it introduced in 2004 are not working. It...
- Mediation solves problems with help of those involved. Luna, Concie; Yialelis, Lynn // Wenatchee Business Journal;Feb2008, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p39
The article provides information related to mediation. Mediation is a process for resolving differences that takes the power of a jury or a single judge and returns it to the parties involved. In business terms, mediation is solving workplace disputes. Mediation is achieved through mediators....
- COMMENT. // Employers Law;Dec2006, p7
The article presents several views on workplace dispute resolution procedures in Great Britain. According to employment specialist Phillip Wood, the main problem with the regulation is the over-complicated interaction between the statutory procedures and the tribunal time limits. However,...
- Labor Law. // Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan83, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p324
The article discusses the research project of Alan Geare, senior lecturer in Industrial Relations at the University of Otago in New Zealand. Geare is investigating the effectiveness of industrial relations legislation in the resolution of conflict.
- Legal Q&A... Revised dispute resolution procedures. // Personnel Today;4/15/2008, p10
The article presents questions and answers related to dispute resolution procedures including repealing of the statutory dispute resolution procedures, reasons for its unpopularity and sanctions regulating both employees and employer.
- Talking it out. // Commercial Motor;9/11/2003, Vol. 198 Issue 5045, p40
Relates the introduction of statutory dispute resolution procedures under the updated British Employment Relations Act 2002. Aim of the procedures; Argument of unions against the law; Advantage of the law to employees.