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We all know the general definition of mediation at work. "Workplace mediation is a voluntary and confidential process that can be used to attempt to resolve workplace conflict. The mediation is usually carried out by a trained, neutral mediator who works with all parties to try to reach an agreed solution that is satisfactory to everyone involved."
In reality, do you think you can trust the mediator? Is it likely that the mediator will report everything to your bosses, who will determine whether the employees involved in the mediation are "good or bad"?