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Can anyone help me with this question. when you mediate with the clients what are the advantages and disadvantages of not having a lot of information. I thought since you a a neutral party the amount of information doesn't matter. Please help me.

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    The more information you have as a mediator (Ombudsman), the better. What IS the job of a mediator?

    me·di·a·tor (md-tr)
    1. One that mediates, especially one that reconciles differences between disputants.


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