We have adopted the Civil Mediation Council Code of Conduct, which in turn incorporates the EU Code for Mediators, available here.
We value feedback on our mediators. We ask you to complete Feedback forms. This can be done online or by scanning a hard copy to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you do not receive a feedback form with the draft Mediation Agreement please let us know. Or ask the mediator for one on the day of the mediation.
Copies of Feedback forms are stored centrally and reviewed every 6 months at meetings of the full panel. Copies are sent to the mediator about their performance.
Records of any complaints are stored centrally and are reviewed every 6 months at meetings of the full panel. Copies are sent to the mediator concerned.
All of our panel mediators sign an undertaking that they will abide by whatever decision is made by the investigators or the CMC.
The range of remedies available to the investigators are:
NB: All remedies may be subject to consent from our Professional Indemnity Insurers.
If you are dissatisfied with any aspect of our service or that of our mediators please let us know as soon as possible as we would like to try and resolve any concerns as soon as they arise.
Our formal Complaints procedure is as follows. It has two stages:
If you are unhappy with the outcome of the investigation you may ask for it to be referred to the Civil Mediation Council (the CMC). You must submit your request in writing within 7 working days of having received the decision and set out in details your reasons why you disagree.
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