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Guide to mediation
What is mediation? Mediation is a process of negotiation where parties in a dispute meet to confidentially discuss their matter with an…
How we can help The Victorian Small Business Commission (VSBC) can help resolve disputes between gig workers and their platforms where the…
Flood recovery and accessing small business supports
Above: the Commissioner meeting with Mitchell Business Network Chairman Darren Knight, Go Seymour President Stuart Locke and local small business owners …
Negotiating rent relief: where to start and what to do if things don’t go to plan
Authored by Acting Commissioner Mark Schramm Commercial landlords and tenants who are still impacted as a result of coronavirus (COVID-19) can ask…
Putting small business friendly commitments into practice
Our Small Business Friendly Council initiative is about local councils and the Victorian Small Business Commission (VSBC) coming together to support small…
Preparing for mediation: a how-to
“Mediation is a process where parties in dispute are assisted by an independent mediator who attempts to get them to communicate with…
Why go to mediation?
“Mediation I think is a real opportunity for people to keep control of the dispute, to try and work out for themselves…
Staying mentally healthy during a mediation
Having a business dispute can be very stressful, to look after your mental health and wellbeing I would like to share with…
The Victorian Small Business Commission (VSBC) receives feedback from small business owners and operators who have experienced successful dispute resolution through either preliminary assistance or mediation services….
Become a VSBC mediator
Please note: applications from mediators interested in joining the Victorian Small Business Commission’s (VSBC) mediation panel from December 2023 – November 2025 will…