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Navigating the Minefield of Office Tensions? We're Your Neutral Ground... Virtually.

It's Time to Find a Third Party Resolution.


Companies that employ mediation techniques report a 50% reduction in formal grievances, highlighting its preventive impact on escalating conflicts.

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Most workplace disputes can be resolved in one of our 4-hour sessions.  Compare that to the countless hours spent, and productivity lost, on handling the matter internally.


As a completely neutral third party, we have 0% bias toward one employee or the other. Can that be said for even the most professional HR Director?  

Mediation: The Unseen Glue in Employee Relations.

Workplace disputes can appear straightforward—just another HR issue to resolve, right? But when you find yourself caught in the web of employment laws, company policies, and escalating tensions, you realize it's far from simple. Trying to mediate disputes in-house can often lead to accusations of bias or favoritism, not to mention the hours spent that could have been invested in more productive tasks. Worse yet, mishandled disputes can lead to lawsuits, costing the company not just money but also its reputation.

This is where the expertise of a third-party mediator is not just a luxury—it's a necessity. At Gogo Mediation, our workplace mediators have specialized knowledge in  company dynamics and effective dispute resolution techniques. We provide a neutral ground that encourages open dialogue and fosters an environment conducive to resolution. Best of all, we're unbiased third parties who can guide you and your employees towards a solution that works for everyone, sparing you the potential legal pitfalls and the emotional strain that unresolved disputes can cause.

Workplace Mediator



With leadership roles in both for-profit and nonprofit sectors, Shanna excels at managing complex workplace dynamics and facilitating effective communication between employees and upper management. Her background in customer service and personal development coaching enhances her empathetic approach and problem-solving skills. Over the last 20 years, Shanna has honed qualities essential for effective mediation, making her adept at resolving conflicts and achieving goals.


Not only do each of our mediators have extensive experience resolving disputes individually, but Gogo provides a supportive framework that encourages collaboration and innovative thinking to create solutions tailored to your unique situation.


The core of our service: neutrality. A mediator's neutrality is key to a successful resolution - it ensures fairness, builds trust, and helps parties find common ground to reach an agreement.


Nobody wants to air their dirty laundry. All mediations are private and confidential, unlike lawsuits and litigation. Confidentiality ensures that the parties can truthfully and accurately convey their problems without fear.


Lawsuits and lawyers costs thousands of dollars. While that may be necessary in some cases, sometimes it can be more cost-effective to just get everyone to the table and talk.

Professional, experienced, and vetted Resolution Experts who you can trust.

How It Works

Get matched to the best Resolution Expert for your case.

Schedule a free consultation and answer a few questions about your dispute to find a resolution expert who fits your needs. Get access into our network of certified and experienced mediators.

We help you inform the other party and schedule your mediation.

Resolve your dispute from anywhere.

When you're in a conflict, you often don't know where to start or how to go about getting the other side to come to the table. After our consultation, give us the other side(s) name and contact information and we'll reach out to them for you. Just remember - mediation is a voluntary process for all. No one can be forced.

We get it. You're busy and don't have time to go to a mediator's office. With Gogo, you can communicate with your mediator and even attend mediation via our app on your phone. But, of course, using our platform through your web browser is always best.

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Loved the service. Easy to share my issues and I got it solved in a few hours.

Cindy S.

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Our Resolution Packages (starting prices)

Quick 2-hour


For those who have a very, very simple dispute. Unpaid invoice? Damage to a car? Let’s work quickly to get this done in 2 hours!

(per party)

Quick+ 3-hour


Have a straight-forward dispute where the parties are mostly aligned but are just on the opposite ends of the spectrum of the desired outcome?

(per party)

Standard 4-hour


Our traditional ½ day session is best suited for disputes with several legal issues. With more time, resolution is within reach!

(per party)

All Day 8-hour


A full 8-hour session to be able to work out all of the issues for all of the parties. With more time, resolution is within reach!

(per party)


The Answers You Need

Well, you can't. Mediation is an entirely voluntary process. By everyone involved. BUT if you've already tried to talk to the other side about using mediation as a way to resolve a dispute and you're hitting a wall, let us help. If you're serious about using Gogo Mediation to help you resolve your dispute, just send us the name and contact information for the other side(s) and we'll reach out to them for you (and obviously explain who we are and the process of mediation).

How do I force the other side to negotiate?

Generally, each side pays for their own share of the mediation cost. This obviously means that the party has agreed to attend mediation in the first place. On occasion, there are unique situations where one party may choose to pay for the entire session. If this is the case, just let us know so that we can properly invoice and bill (our system is automated at booking and the default is to send invoices and payment links to each party).

Who pays for mediation?

If a resolution is reached by all parties, then yes, the agreement is memorialized into a binding contract. One of the biggest misconceptions is that our mediators act like judges or arbitrators and decide the outcome of the case for the parties and force a binding decision on them - mediation is not that. But if a resolution is reached, the mediator will help facilitate putting the terms into an enforceable and binding agreement.

Is mediation binding?

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