LET’S TALK MEDIATION
A voluntary legal process whereby negotiations happen between those that are affected, i.e. individuals, families, the elderly, communities, schools, etc. It would first be telephonic and then face to face; or private consultations will be arranged. Of major benefit is that the parties in dispute control the process and the outcome of their dispute and NOT a judge, whilst assisted by a mediator, who remains a neutral third party. There are many types of disputes that can be addressed through mediation such as: family law, divorce, maintenance, parenting, education, elder, workplace, commercial, medical, etc. and there is no need to go to court.
WORKPLACE MEDIATION ASSIST
A direct telephonic, and face to face, voluntary legal process that businesses or companies can use to resolve conflict that occurs in any type of relationship at work. The parties in dispute control the process and the outcome and not Human Resources or a Judge, whilst assisted by a mediator, who remains a neutral third party. All workplace types of disputes, or negotiations at all different levels, can be formally mediated in the workplace by an experienced mediator. It may even be the case that the dispute relates to a deeply personal matter. This is after all the real reason why the CCMA exists.
SECTION 9 MEDIATION ASSIST
No other provision speaks more clearly to ‘equality and nation building’ than Section 9 of the Constitution of South Africa. In terms of this provision no-one is allowed, or is entitled to, discriminate against another individual. There are many examples of behaviours and practices that contravene this, but we have developed a solution that equips communities and business to help deal with this as a legal alternative. So, instead of rushing to court, we encourage you to mediate these discriminatory issues relating to sex, race, colour, religion, marital status and education, etc.