And you are well-advised to make any counteroffer
close to what you'd really take.
The primary reasons leaders say they extend counteroffers
are to prevent the loss of an employee's institutional knowledge and to avoid spending time or money hiring a replacement.
The UCC rejects the mirror image rule and converts a common law counteroffer
into an acceptance even if it states additional or different terms." It states:
Wasden proposed a counteroffer
requiring the federal agency to start analyzing other ways than the Integrated Waste Treatment Unit to treat the 900,000 gallons.
Considering this statistic, it's clear that accepting a counteroffer
is rarely a good idea.
"We're trying to do the best we can to make this happen," Eugene School Board Chairman Jim Torrey said of the counteroffer
(45) Section 2-207, however, assumes that the appearance of an additional or different term in a response to an offer should not necessarily be understood to manifest an offeree's intention to make a counteroffer
as classical contract doctrine required.
Now wary of Zeus ethics, Jack accepted the counteroffer
If the worker rejects, he can make a counteroffer
in round 2 which can then be accepted or rejected by the firm.
The union is pushing for a 100 euro ($138) one-off payment and a 3.5 percent wage increase and says they have not yet received a counteroffer
"There's a danger in an automatic counteroffer
approach in that it may trigger other people to think that's the way to get ahead in their compensation," Lacey says.
NNA - Russia proposed to its Western partners at the United Nations Security Council a counteroffer
late Wednesday to bring aid to desperate Syrian civilians, diplomats said, AFP reported.