• Date and time: Thursday 22 February 2024, 6pm to 9pm
  • Location: In-person only
    Bowland Theatre, Berrick Saul Building, Campus West, University of York (Map)
  • Audience: Open to staff, students, the public
  • Admission: Free admission, booking required

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Event details

A live mock workplace mediation will be held for CIPD branch in North Yorks members at York University.

This event will include a full run-through of a workplace mediation based on a real life scenario.

The participants will receive copies of draft paperwork involved in the mediation process, the event will also include an outline of individual one to one meetings which precede a mediation and an example of a co-mediated workplace dispute between two to three parties.

This event is suitable for all HR professionals who are interested in introducing workplace mediation into their processes either internally or via outsourced means.

Workplace Mediation significantly reduces costs incurred by businesses in relation to long term sickness absence leave, long term and multiple grievances and ultimately employment tribunal litigation.

Book your place now. The session will be delivered by Marie Walsh of Consilia Mediation and Justine Mooney. Marie and Justine have delivered a number of co mediated workplace mediations on behalf of a variety of companies over the last three years.

The session will be interactive and will also include a full Q & A session at conclusion.

Parking is free, use Central Car Park 2.4

A campus map can be found here

Agenda

18.00 Event commences, with light buffet & refreshments and networking (please give any dietary preferences upon registration)

18.30 Mock Mediation event

19.45 Break for refreshments

21.00 Finish

About the speaker

Marie Walsh, Director and Employment Solicitor of Consilia Legal

Marie is a director at Consilia Legal and an experienced employment lawyer and workplace mediator. Marie has acted on behalf of a wide range of clients throughout her 15 years of practice and continues to do so. She is well known and respected amongst her peers for her straightforward no-nonsense approach to the issues and her common sense attitude when it comes to costs. Marie has exclusively practised in the field for over a decade and now acts predominantly on behalf of businesses and senior executives in all areas of employment law.