bargainer


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First, previous studies on negotiations often focused on either bargainer characteristics or organization-related variables.
An interest bargainer will consider not what the employee requested but why.
The bargainers agreed to meet Friday afternoon on narrow, nonfinancial and less controversial topics regarding work loads, both sides said.
The rights of both bargainers and customers are unclear and unprotected," the expert warned.
This gives each bargainer an incentive to submit an extreme offer to increase its expected gains from arbitration.
Garcetti blitzed television in the closing week with attack ads calling Cooley a Republican ``plea bargainer.
SAG chief negotiator John McGuire and AFTRA's top bargainer Mathis Dunn, in their review of the two weeks of September bargaining, admitted it was too early to begin setting rates, but asserted that jurisdiction was too crucial to ignore.
A gruff but honorable bargainer, Helmsley nevertheless startled young Lerner when it came time to paying his first commission, which was for a New York magazine deal.
But instead of offering further concessions, the bargainer who made the first one may decide that it had the wrong effect and offer no more.
Even the experienced health bargainer, with a full understanding of the current system's dynamics, can benefit from seeing what others have done.
That point "is not to be ignored," said Kassy Fisher, university bargainer and assistant dean at the graduate school.
Known as a tough bargainer who would brook no nonsense as she travelled the world, Madeleine faced down despots like Saddam Hussein and Kim Jong-il.