Discrimination in the Workplace: How Mediation Can Help - Dispute Resolution Journal - Vol. 56, No. 1

Lamont E. Stallworth
Larry Rute
Thomas McPherson
Page Count: 
16 pages
February, 2001
Author Detail: 

Lamont Stallworth is a mediator and labor arbitrator. He is a member of the National Academy of Arbitrators, a past president of the Society of Professionals in Dispute Resolution, and a professor at the Institute of Human Resources and Industrial Relations, Loyola University Chicago and founder and chair at the Center for Employment Dispute Resolution—an Illinois not for profit ADR Public Policy Research organization—initially established with a grant from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

Larry Rute is a mediator and arbitrator and Executive Director of the Midland Mediation and Settlement Services, Inc. (Topeka, Kansas) and General Counsel, Kansas Legal Services.

Thomas McPherson is a mediator and principal of Employment Dispute Resolution Services, Montgomery, Alabama; former Co-chair, Employment Sector of the Society of Professionals in Dispute Resolution and a former Regional Director of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

The authors would like to express their appreciation to Dr. Vida Stanius, Ruth E. Hollemans, and Lorraine Wolf, all of the Center for Employment Dispute Resolution, for their assistance in preparing this article.