In order to reduce the volume of labor-related court cases faced by Air France, the carrier’s director of legal affairs, Franck Raimbault, opened a path to mediation, which has proven to be a great success and a model for resolving industrial disputes in a country known for them.
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Joint fact-finding (JFF) rests on devising a deliberative process to investigate critical technical issues in a format that is jointly accountable to key stakeholders with voices in decision-making. Building on...By Scott McCreary
Originally printed by Sabine Walsh on the Kluwer Mediation BlogAnxiously awaited by fans of the 1st and 2nd editions of Lisa Parkinson’s definitive work on Family Mediation, the Third Edition...By Lisa Parkinson, Sabine Walsh