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Mediation under the Employment Relations Act 2000: Has the promise been fulfilled?

  title={Mediation under the Employment Relations Act 2000: Has the promise been fulfilled?},
  author={Haijie Huang},
Mediation is a prominent method of employment dispute resolution in New Zealand. In The Promise of Mediation, Bush and Folger argue that mediation can bring about social transformation to create a better society for all. Validation of this argument can be found in the REDRESS employment mediation program at the US Postal Service. Inspired by Bush and Folger’s argument and the success of REDRESS, this essay looks at the extent to which mediation has brought about social transformation in the New… 

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