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Arbitration, Mediation and Facilitation Services: SUBJECT MATTER SERVICE CATEGORIES
In this list, vendors who disclosed insurance information are identified with an asterisk.
Many State agencies utilize mediators for workplace disputes. These cases are interpersonal, non-contract disputes that do not come under the jurisdiction of a bargaining agreement. Cases include co-workers, employees and supervisors, small work groups, and management peers. Most, but not all, workplace mediations are concluded in one half-day session. These cases may call for pre and post mediation work and/or conflict coaching.
Veteran's Preference Arbitration
Under Minnesota Law, veterans who are notified of a proposed demotion or termination from employment may request a hearing before a neutral panel. In this instance, state agencies may seek an arbitrator to serve as panel members in the veteran's preference hearing. The panel members are responsible for determining whether or the demotion or separation from State employment meets the just cause standard.
Facilitators are needed for public policy dispute resolution and consensus building processes including assessment, convening, facilitation, process design, and mediation.
Assessment involves investigating the feasibility of using a collaborative approach to address a controversial or complex public issue. Assessment typically includes stakeholder interviews and an assessment report including recommendations.
In a collaborative process the services provided by the facilitator may include process design, project management, convening, facilitation, mediation, developing recommendations and implementation strategies based on stakeholder input and other similar services.
Public engagement may include identifying affected interests and ensuring participation of a good representation of those interests, fostering dialogue and deliberation, facilitating controversial meetings, compiling stakeholder input, and building capacity for active citizenship.
Facilitation - SENIOR
Facilitators are needed for public policy dispute resolution and consensus building processes including assessment, convening, facilitation, process design, and mediation. Facilitators in this category met additional requirements.
The State has a need for mediators in a wide variety of types of disputes. These may include, but are not limited to, disputes with vendors, personnel issues, inter-agency issues, complaints from the public, etcetera. Such cases may range from a single half-day session to multiple multi-day sessions. These cases may call for pre and post mediation work or a small scale assessment if the exact dispute resolution service needed.
The State has a need for arbitrators with a legal background to issue decisions in a wide variety of types of disputes. These may include, but are not limited to, contract interpretation, disputes with vendors, personnel issues, inter-agency issues, complaints from the public, etcetera. Such cases may range from a single half-day session to multiple multi-day sessions. These cases may call for a written decision or report.
* Vendor who disclosed Insurance information
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