conciliation officer

conciliation officer
In the context of employment law, an employee of the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service who has a statutory duty to help both parties to an employment tribunal claim understand the way tribunals work and try to reach a voluntary solution which avoids the need for a tribunal hearing.
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