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Mental Health and Workplace Conflict

In the run up to the BAFTAs I have been watching a lot of films lately – Birdman and Foxcatcher being the most recent two. Both films have extremely interesting plots and characters: Michael Keaton plays Riggan Thomas, a former movie star most famous for playing ‘Birdman’, who has written, directed and starred in his […]

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Busiest week of the year… for CEDR’s training team

“…how can we do it all?” Susanne Schuler, Assistant Director of Training, muses at one of our increasingly popular daily scrum meetings. So far this financial year we have managed 150 courses and projects in the UK and overseas – a  50% increase on last year.  This week alone, we have in-country training assignments in […]

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Organisations sign ADR Pledge

“Scores of household names now back this triumph of common sense” The Times (Edward Fennell) about the CPR 21st Century Corporate ADR Pledge, 14 November 2013  On Tuesday 12 November, CEDR launched with the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR) of New York the CPR 21st Century Corporate ADR Pledge with a reception at BP’s […]

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The 2012 CEDR Awards: a very short history

It’s just over two weeks until the biennial CEDR Awards takes place, and I am excited. As part of the Marketing and Communications team, I’ve seen first-hand how large a part of the team’s work the Awards have been over the past couple of months – and if I were on Mastermind, the awards would be […]

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The importance of not being idle

The importance of not being idle

By Kylie Barton, CEDR Communications Team Low morale in the workplace is becoming somewhat of a common trend with over half of public sector employees admitting to it. With huge numbers of unemployed, it is almost a paradox that those in work are unsatisfied with their position. The current climate however, means that those in […]

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