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The union deviates by choosing a surprise high wage, given that firms are stuck with L for at least one period of time.
It can be shown that when the firm deviates, allowing them to lay off workers is an unambiguous way of increasing their net benefit from cooperation.
In the SG model, the union deviates by a surprise wage demand.
This paper argues that in certain situations the union may also have the incentive to unilaterally deviate from the cooperative outcome.
Therefore if unions have a greater inherent tendency to deviate than the firm (i.
it pays the union to deviate and announce a wage [Mathematical Expression Omitted].
Operating profit for the quarter deviates negatively by about SEK 40 M compared with the earlier forecast.
When something deviates from the "normal" conditions, an alarm is sent to the monitoring center and the homeowner, or a designated third party is notified.
AVR employs a highly sensitive microprocessor that communicates to the tapped transformer to react when voltage deviates from a certain preferred band level.
Currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy, the Sun Princess will have a distinctive design which deviates from the standard layout for a cruise ship this size.