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Negotiating Process

The negotiating process is a ritual that is peculiar to the given situation, the times, and the times, and the parties.

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The final offer

This should consider the needs of the company, union leadership and membership, area wage rates, legal requirements, etc.

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Factual support proposals

The negotiating team must be prepared to substantiate any proposal with facts.

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Presenting company proposals

Company proposals are often stated in terms of the objective or as discussion item, rather than in specific contract language, t provide more flexibility in negotiations.

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Setting priorities of company proposals

After all this information is compiled, company objectives should be ranked in order of importance.

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Formulation of Company Objectives and Proposals

Development of company proposals to be given to the union should be that last step in the process of determining management goals and objectives in negotiations. Indeed, after the process is completed, it may be decided not to make any company proposals.

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Power of Commitment

Only the company spokesperson has the power to commit the company to an action.

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Confidentiality of negotiations

Confidentiality of negotiations

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Conduct of Negotiating Table

At the negotiating table, no other member of the committee should speak unless pursuant to a plan worked out with the spokesperson in advance.

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Training of Committee

After section, the team members should be thoroughly briefed by their spokesperson in the role each is to play in negotiations as well as the overall strategy to be followed.

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Company Spokesperson

One individual should be identified as the company spokesperson. Normally he or she is the cognizant employee relations manger although this is not a necessity.

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Committee Members

Committee Members

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Company Negotiating Team

One of the primary requisites of successful bargaining is the makeup of the company negotiating team.

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Union Demands

It is important in planning company strategy and ascertaining the probable cost of reaching settlement to anticipate the demands the union may make in negotiations.

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Ratification

Ratification practices, like negotiation practices, tend to follow traditional patterns. Members, like leaders, learn to expect certain things to occur before the company's final offer is credible.

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Obtaining Union Committee Agreement

Obviously, the agreement of the union committee cannot be obtained unless the committee is convinced that the company has made its final offer.

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Union Negotiation Techniques

At the outset it is important to review past demands against actual settlements. This provides some insight into how much room the union typically levels for itself to move.

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Review of Union Negotiation and Ratification Practices

Most unions follow an historical pattern in the negotiation and ratification practices.

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Review of Legal Requirements

Review of Legal Requirements

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Bargaining Unit of Information

Bargaining Unit of Information

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