the article analyzes the essence of the mediation procedure and its applicability to labor disputes, reveals the advantages of this method of resolving conflicts in the labor sphere, and also identifies some problems of its implementation. The question of the difference between decision of court, the resolution of a dispute in the labor dispute committee and the mediation procedure is raised. Based on the results of the study, the author concludes that the inclusion of mediation in the labor dispute settlement system meets the goals of increasing the stability of labor relations and encourages employees and employers to find a balance of interests.
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