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Why there should be more mediation in the NoW scandal

Why there should be more mediation in the NoW scandal

By Eileen Carroll, Deputy Chief Executive, CEDR and Mediator At the outset of the on-going story into phone hacking at the News of the World no-one could have predicted exactly how whole institutions; the government, the police and the media, would have become embroiled. The reverberations of this affairs are certainly being felt within the […]

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Workplace Mediation under the microscope

Workplace Mediation under the microscope

By Fiona Colquhoun, Director, and Daniel Kershen, Foundation Co-ordinator, CEDR Personnel Today, 23rd May 2011, reports on the findings of a conflict management survey, (XpertHR) describing how half of the organisations surveyed have adapted their conflict resolution strategies to include mediation.  This is positive news for long term mediation campaigners such as CEDR.  The survey […]

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Tough Times for News Corp

Tough Times for News Corp

by Andy Rogers, Associate Director and Mediator, CEDR At CEDR we know that conflict can, and does, come from anywhere in working life. This has certainly been true for News Corporation in the UK (and its companies News International and BSkyB) which in the last months has turned from news reporter and entertainer to being […]

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