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Mediation and workplace conferencing: how the restorative justice unit can be involved in the resolution of departmental workplace conflict

Editor, Terry
June 4, 2015

Source: (2006) Restorative Justice Newsletter, Department of Corrective Services, New South Wales Government.

Commissioner’s Memorandum 02/35 indicated the Board’s intention that the resources of the Restorative Justice Unit (RJU) should be utilised in putting
policies for the handling of grievances and bullying into practice. In respect of the Grievance Management Policy and Guidelines, the Board determined that the Restorative Justice Unit is considered “especially skilled in dispute resolution” and should be available to assist grievance managers and to conduct dispute
resolution sessions. (excerpt)


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