Qualities of an Effective Mediator

Qualities of an Effective Mediator

Mediation is simply a facilitated negotiation by an impartial third party chosen voluntarily by parties in dispute or a Mandatory Mediation imposed by a...

Federation of Small Businesses backs Alternative Dispute Resolution

Legal disputes are costing small businesses more than £11.5 billion annually. A research from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) revealed, as it supports...

BROADBAND VRS NOTCHES SALARY STRUCTURE, THE CASE OF CONFIDENTIALITY

  BY Mr. Enoch Ofori A very important principle in salary administration is confidentiality. Confidentiality in relation to workers' salary simply means that salaries of workers...

PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL SYSTEM

Performance Appraisal is no longer being taken for granted because unions and workers are skeptical about the honesty on the part of their bosses....
Salary Administration in accordance with the Labour Act

Salary Administration in accordance with the Labour Act

Salary administration and its impact on both labour and management have reached its teething point, and any organisation which fails to acknowledge the importance...

3 Types of conflict and solutions

Different types of conflict, including task conflict, relationship conflict, and value conflict can benefit from different approaches to conflict resolution. In the workplace, it...

THE EMPLOYER AND HER RIGHTS AND DUTIES

The employer who hires the services of a worker is mandated under the Labour Act, 2003 (Act 651) to fulfill some rights and obligations...
Developing a Corporate Governance Dispute Resolution Strategy

Developing a Corporate Governance Dispute Resolution Strategy

Conflict in the corporate boardroom is inevitable especially when the board is composed of independent-minded, skilled, and outspoken directors. This is not a bad thing...
Menzgold is facing mass withdrawals

Mediation awaits Menzgold, BoG/SEC

By Edmund Mingle The regulatory dispute between gold dealership firm, Menzgold Ghana Company Limited, on one side, and the Bank of Ghana (BoG) and Securities...

THE LABOUR LAWS IN GHANA FOR THE BUSINESS STARTER

The main legislation governing Industrial Relations or employment matters in Ghana is the Labour Act 2003, (Act 651). This Act came into force several...
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