Why choose
In-house Veterinary Mediation Services
at Worcester County Mediation?

If things are A.D.R.

Ain’t   Doing   Right . . .  CHOOSE . . . Alternative Dispute Resolution

• Anyone involved in the animal field at this time know the stressors can be abundant.

• In-house relationships can suffer as a result.

• When relationships suffer, productivity suffers, and inevitably valuable employees end up leaving.

 In a world where it is hard to find employees and many companies are “short staffed”, the goal of any employer should be to retain their valuable and trained employees. 

The love of animals brought everyone to this career. 

Let’s not let the stress move you out.  Whether you own the facility, are a veterinarian, technician or are responsible for the buildings and grounds, everyone is equally important for the TEAM to work like a well-oiled machine. 

 

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Retaining employees is hard, and what is harder is finding new employees in place of employees who have left. Organizations spend more money on hiring new employees than retaining employees.  Employees need to feel valued and heard and they should be. In the days of text messaging, Worcester County Mediation believes in real time communication which allow the employees at conflict to be a part of the solution.

Mediation helps to discover the real issues in your workplace. Parties share information, which can lead to a better understanding of issues affecting the workplace. Whether the dispute is with employees and supervisors or work teams, departments or different organizations that need to work together but have conflict, mediation can help.

There’s instant relief in knowing that the employees have worked together to come up with a solution they believe can move the working relationship forward. Even when parties do not reach a settlement, often the process has resulted in them coming closer to reaching a solution or improves understanding and communication.