Unite is currently looking for new members to join the Board of Directors. Please contact the Unite office if you are interested in joining the Board to further Unite's goal in improving lives through Mediation, Restorative Practice, Training and Anger Management.
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Unite’s plans to improve the quality of service to all its customers and clients and to shift its focus more towards the private sector were given a massive boost recently when it was awarded £82,787 from the £20 million Local Sustainability Fund (LSF), which is delivered by the Big Lottery Fund.
- Close on the heels of gaining the prestigious ISO 9001 standard, Unite has now earned a second prize as winners of the Employment category in the Restorative Practice Awards for 2016.
- Unite have given themselves a huge New Year boost by earning the prestigious ISO 9001 standard – It is believed to be a first for a mediation organisation in the North East.
Unite is a leading specialist social enterprise providing conflict resolution and related services. Based in Teesside, for over 22 years, Unite has helped thousands of neighbours, families and workplace colleagues resolve disagreements through mediation, conferencing, training and support services.
You may be able to access our services free of charge as part of one of our partnership programmes.
All Unite Practitioners are trained to an accredited standard and are experienced at helping and supporting people in conflict. Their role is to create a safe, structured and positive environment to hear all those involved and work towards improving the situation.
Relationships between managers, teams, colleagues and employees can often break down and Unite’s independent mediators can help resolve issues such as perceived bullying, communication, behaviour and conduct, harassment and discrimination.
For neighbours and communities in dispute. Unite helps people resolve issues such as noise, boundaries, parking, damage to property pets, litter, anti-social behaviour and high hedges.