Whether you’re in the retail industry, education, healthcare, or any other business with two or more employees, your business is vulnerable to disputes. But what happens when disputes can’t be solved in-house? It’s time to hire a legal professional.
If your workplace is experiencing a dispute that requires legal attention, it can be difficult to understand what type of dispute resolution process is right for your situation. While the best course of action is to seek the legal guidance of a professional, there are two distinct types of conflict management strategies using dispute resolution methods that may be relevant in your situation:
Through a third-party non-partial professional, the goal of mediation is to find a resolution by listening to both sides of the dispute to find a sustainable, voluntary solution. Mediation is confidential and it can help improve trust and team relationships, especially if used to deal with conflicts promptly.
Different from mediation, arbitration is the process of hiring a non-partial third-party who acts as a judge in disputes. By letting both parties argue their case and present evidence, legal arbitrators render a binding decision that must be accepted, and often y cannot be appealed.
At Approved Dispute Resolution-Approved Mediation, we support your businesses in all phases of conflict resolution and deploying risk mitigation strategies, including dispute resolution, neutral fact finding, mediation and arbitration for Boca Raton, Broward, Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, FL, Miami, and the surrounding areas. With more than 20 years of experience offering our legal, and dispute resolution services, our reputation precedes us as the preferred choice for settlement negotiations, mediation, arbitration, workplace law compliance, education, training, and more!
In addition to offering our dispute resolution services to South Florida, we are able to provide nationwide services to businesses in need of conflict management solutions regardless of location. If you’re looking for a trustworthy, experienced, and fair third party for dispute resolutions, then get in touch with us today to schedule a mediation!