New Look Now Revealed

May 10th, 2017

Well here it is; I am pleased to reveal our brand new look and name.

Resolution at Work brings together Alison Love Limited and Mediation at Work after a long association between the two companies and twelve months since Dionne and I took the helm at Mediation at Work.

Resolution at Work, represents the evolution of the two businesses and recognises that we do much more than mediation by working in partnership with clients to offering a number of innovative options to positively manage conflict in the workplace. Our new colour scheme is also relevant; the colour purple has significant and important meanings that are reflective of what we do. For full details see here.

We are very excited about our new look; our rebranded website is now up and running and can be found here. We hope you like it and do please let us know your thoughts.

To celebrate our first anniversary and new look we are hosting two complimentary
we are hosting complimentary conflict management workshops on 24 May in Bristol and 4 July in Cardiff. Both events run from 2.30-6pm, and include a Q&A session and drinks reception. We hope you will be able to join us at one of the events. Please reserve your preferred date via Eventbrite by clicking on the links.

I look forward to seeing you soon.

Yours sincerely

Alison Love
Managing Director
Resolution at Work

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