K-State developed an interim policy on Mediation for faculty and unclassified personnel in 2001. Mediation programs have become more common on university and college campuses throughout the United States as one option in resolving disputes. It is very important to K-State that employees feel comfortable & safe in the work place and that you are being treated fairly. All of the dispute resolution resource personnel at K-State are committed to assisting employees in identifying the appropriate resource and assisting you in making that contact to resolve the situation.
Mediation is a positive addition to the resources here at K-State. It is another sign that K-State is committed to having positive, healthy work environments for all employees.
What is Mediation? When might Mediation be used? Who can request Mediation? Answers to these questions and more.
People in disputes who consider mediation as a way to resolve their differences often want to know what the process can do for them. Although no dispute resolution procedure can guarantee specific outcomes, this page contains some common benefits of mediation.
Contact information for the mediation access coordinator.
Mediation is playing an ever-increasing role in the positive resolution of campus disputes by addressing the needs and interests of all parties and at the same time saving time and money. It is particularly effective when the disputing parties want or need to continue their relationship.
This is an Agreement between ____________________ and ___________________
(hereafter referred to as the participants). The participants enter into mediation with the intention of reaching a consensual resolution of their issues.
For purposes of this policy, mediation is defined as a voluntary process of facilitated negotiation in which a neutral third party, a professional mediator, sits down with the parties in conflict and helps them look for mutually acceptable solutions to work-related issues in dispute. The mediator does not make the decisions, but instead, works with the parties to identify their needs and interests and to develop creative options for resolving the conflict in a confidential manner.
Websites and books on mediation.
Mediation is a process in which a professional negotiator sits down with the parties in conflict and helps them look for mutually acceptable solutions to the issues in dispute. The mediator does not make the decisions, but instead, works with the parties to identify their needs and interests and to develop creative options for resolving the conflict.