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Serving clients in Florida & Nationally
Toll Free: 866-640-1080 |  Local: 954-406-7535

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Local: 954-406-7535

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Mediation can resolve employment disputes

On Behalf of | Jun 24, 2022 | Employment Disputes |

Laws regarding employment and employment disputes have evolved dramatically in Florida. This is one of the fastest-growing areas in the current legal realm. For this reason, both sides of an employment dispute have a much better chance of resolving the issue without litigation. Mediation has been a crucial factor.

Employee disputes can be a costly concern

Disputes that fall into the realm of employment law tend to be taken a great deal more seriously in the present day. This is due to many factors such as the growth of social media. In today’s world, an employment dispute can blow up on social media. It can spiral into a major loss of prestige for a company.

The legal system in the U.S. has taken notice of this sea change in employer accountability. This is the reason why legal experts all across the country have focused on developing new ways for employment disputes to be resolved. The sooner this can happen, the sooner both parties to the matter can be satisfied.

Mediation is a tool to resolve disputes

One of the best ways to resolve an ongoing dispute between company owners and employees is through the process of mediation. This is a situation in which a trained mediator meets with both parties to a dispute. The role of the mediator is to hear both sides and then help both sides come to an agreement.

It should be noted that the decision reached by a mediator is not usually meant to be legally binding. If neither side can agree to this decision, arbitration or litigation may be necessary. This is the reason that many legal experts urge both parties to take this process seriously.