Our Employment Mediators
18 of our mediators specialise in employment disputes, click on the arrows below to view all of our employment dispute mediators, click on READ MORE to view an individual mediators full CV.
Mediator Harvinder Singh Bhurji
The lead Mediator and Director of Effective Dispute Solutions Limited is Harvinder Singh BhurjiREAD MORE
Jane encourages people to take full advantage of the mediation process and the control...READ MORE
Dispute resolution; Professional negligence including Clinical Negligence; Product Liability; personal injury...READ MORE
Sundeep Singh Bhatia
Conduct of employment law matters including unfair dismissal, discrimination and compromise agreementREAD MORE
I have completed over 110 Mediations so far completed as a mediatorREAD MORE
Grants background involves both commercial and contentious aspects of the lawREAD MORE
She works cross sector and has mediated a wide range of disputes especially employment and workplaceREAD MORE
Dr Frances Gillian Green
Self-employed consultant; workplace investigations, mediation and dispute managementREAD MORE
Professional Mediator accredited by ADR Group in 2006 with 19 years experience as a civil litigation solicitor.READ MORE
Joe Al Khayat
Has worked on a wide range of commercial, contract, employment, personal injury and insolvency-related disputesREAD MORE
Tina Suvajac Lees
Tina works as a commercial and employment mediator and has worked on over 100 mediationsREAD MORE
Specialist employment practitioner covering all major aspects of employment law.READ MORE
Founded and managed Family Mediation Department at Lyons Davidson for 11 yearsREAD MORE
Highly educated with a degree in communications and an accredited Civil and Commercial, Family, Community and Workplace MediatorREAD MORE
Umran has a wide range of experience in general civil and commercial litigationREAD MORE
Louisa is an experienced and highly competent mediator with a background in private equityREAD MORE
Marion uses a pragmatic & non legal approach to dispute resolution to bring parties to a sensible self defined conclusionREAD MORE
Construction & Engineering, PFI/Projects, Professional Negligence, Neighbour Disputes, Commercial Litigation...READ MORE
- Employment conditions
- Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations (TUPE)
- Contracts, pay, redundancy, compromise agreements
- Grievance and disciplinary procedures
- Unfair and constructive dismissal
- Absence, long term sick due to stress
- Whistle blowing
Employment Mediation Services
Employment mediation services can tackle employment disputes early preventing the need for the expense, time and hassle of Court or an Employment Tribunal.
Employment mediation looks at repairing relationships between an employer and employee over issues such as employment conditions such as pay, contracts, grievance and discipline procedures, unfair and constructive dismissal. Dealt with quickly employment disputes can save considerable expense, time and stress, preventing wasted manpower, resources, a domino effect on external departments, such as, HR, management, unions, legal brought in with a view to assisting in resolving the dispute.
Employment mediation can prevent an employment dispute of any nature getting to a point of no return where relationships cannot be fixed and end up before a Court or Employment Tribunal.
Mediation & the Employment Act 2009
In 2007 Michael Gibbons wrote a review of employment dispute resolution and in April 2009 a new Employment Act came into force, encouraging the use of mediation in the workplace, highlighting the benefits of mediation rather than expending the time, cost and stress of going through an Employment Tribunal.
Employment mediation, the claimant was instructed by the defendant to introduce candidates for the role of finance director with the defendant. It was agreed that there would be a 100% rebate of the introduction fee if the candidate (then under discussion) was in employment for less than 12 weeks and that the introduction fee would be the usual 25% with a further 5% payable if the candidate remained in employment for more than 12 weeks.
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Employment mediation was entered into between an employer and ex employee who was being sued for libellous statements he published on his website about his previous employer. It was established that the ex employee was earmarked for a promotion, when this did not happen due to various reasons he resigned, shortly after which he started his own company, in direct competition to his previous employer.
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