MEDIATION

Mediation

What is Mediation?

In mediation, an impartial mediator helps those in conflict define issues, explore solutions and reach mutual agreement. Mediation is voluntary and the parties are in control of any agreements that result. Mediation seeks to prevent conflicts from escalating and the goal is mutual acceptability. The Public Employment Relations Commission conducts three types of mediation: contract mediation, grievance mediation and unfair labor practice settlement mediation.

Mediation PERC Conducts

What to expect in mediation

Confidentiality

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​National Labor Relations Board at 206.220.6300 or nlrb.gov

Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service at 206.553.5800 or fmcs.gov

Discrimination Complaints

Human Rights Commission at 800.233.3247 or hum.wa.gov

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission at 800.669.4000 or eeoc.gov

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Department of Labor and Industries at 866.219.7321 or lni.wa.gov

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