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Did you know that Fair Way provides several services which are free for consumers in many cases? Here are five of the ways that Fair Way can help resolve your dispute today.

ACC Reviews and Dispute Resolution

If an ACC customer is unhappy with a decision made by ACC, Fair Way can help resolve their dispute.

Featuring Denise Evans 

Fair Way’s Principal, Dispute Resolution features in this Stuff article on workplace disputes and mediation.

Click here to read the article.

24 July 2019

Applications are now open for a scholarship package promoting best practice dispute resolution.

Fair Way Resolution Limited is a leader in the development and delivery of services that prevent and resolve  disputes.  As part of its commitment to leading best practice dispute resolution, Fair Way are awarding a scholarship package worth over $10,000.

Sometimes you need to have difficult conversations. Here is some advice from Chris Pickering, Client Manager in Fair Way’s Commercial Services.  

When working with stakeholders and dealing with clients, difficult conversations are inevitable and you must be prepared to deal with them. Swiftly and effectively resolving disputes is in everyone’s best interest, both in terms of economic and social wellbeing.

01 July 2019

ACC have announced today the process for handling customer reviews is changing and it is the intention that these changes will make it easier for issues to be resolved as early as possible. 

Written by Jennifer Mahony for Stuff

Stuff has published an article written by Fair Way’s Jennifer Mahony on workplace bullying and organisational approaches to tackling bullying.  

Written by Isabel Aldiss

With winter fast approaching and given SAD (seasonal affective disorder) is actually a thing some of us will be starting to sense, I thought I would share what I have found useful to positively impact my well-being. And when it comes to my well-being, stress is a real factor and so this is an article for those of us already stressed as winter approaches.

Not all Family Dispute Resolution mediations involve two parents. In this case study, the mother and grandmother of a child decided to use Family Dispute Resolution.