WHAT IS THE ROLE OF A MEDIATOR?
A mediator is an independent third party that assists parties in dispute to explore and resolve their problems. A mediator doesn’t take sides, give advice, or determine the outcome of disputes.
Under employment legislation, mediation is the primary problem-solving mechanism for employment relationship problems. Generally, parties must attempt mediation before having a dispute heard in the Employment Relations Authority or Human Rights Review Tribunal.
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