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Conflict Resolution

The demand for alternative dispute resolution to workplace conflicts is increasing as more and more companies and organizations recognize the inherent benefit to this type of resolution strategy.  In an effort to preserve effective and positive labor-management relations with an eye toward reducing litigation expenses, alternative dispute resolution offers companies and their employees a viable solution alternative.

The Alevas Consulting Group's president is a trained mediator in both New York and Florida and brings a wealth of insight to this form of conflict resolution in the workplace.  Providing related training to employers and employees alike helps to strengthen the ability of companies and organizations to function effectively without the need for the formal litigation process.


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Last modified: 02/08/12