Why to Incorporate a Mediation Step Into Grievance Procedures Under Collectively Bargained Contracts

Why to Incorporate a Mediation Step Into Grievance Procedures Under Collectively Bargained Contracts

I recommend requiring mediation for: 1) Reaching speedier resolutions, 2) Lowering costs, and 3) Involving a neutral party in guiding disputing parties in working collaboratively to reach a mutually agreeable resolution.

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