Dispute Resolution Advice

Written by Diane Sievert
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Dispute resolution advice cannot only help you resolve a lawsuit, it can help you avoid them in the future. A good adviser will help you develop sound dispute resolution policy and help you implement it when the time comes. Just make sure your labor relations consultant is experienced enough to get you the results you want.

Where To Find Helpful Dispute Resolution Advice

You don't have to turn to a law firm. The U.S. Department of Labor has resources that pertain to this matter--so do most law school libraries. Interpreting the text is another matter altogether. A labor relations specialist will know the law and explain how it applies to you. They can help in every step of the dispute resolution process.

When searching for dispute resolution advice, we recommend firms that can demonstrate results. Ask potential consultant for examples of past success stories. Your management needs a source it can depend on.

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