Explore BrainMass

Accomplishments at a Bargaining Table

This content was STOLEN from BrainMass.com - View the original, and get the already-completed solution here!

What are five interdependent variables (and examples of each) that affect what is accomplished at the bargaining table?

What is information that needs to be prepared by employers and unions prior to contract negotiations? What sources can employers and unions utilize to obtain this prolific amount of information? 200 words

© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 8:53 am ad1c9bdddf

Solution Preview

The response addresses the queries posted in 592 words with references.

Bargaining system can be understood as a system which is helpful in managing things and problems through simple and supporting information that protects the interests of organization, in terms of cost, time, etc. In this context, in the following discussion we will explain different variables of the bargaining table.

Bargaining is generally a type of negotiation on a particular subject or dispute between two or more parties. It is generally used for settling the disputes which results in an agreement between the parties; negotiation is done in terms of price or something else. The five important variables which are the parts of the bargaining table are 1) Subject of bargaining, 2) Structure of bargaining, 3) Principle of jurisdiction, 4) Legal framework of bargaining, and 5) Role of government in bargaining (Dunlop, 2006). It can easily be understood with the example of collective bargaining; suppose in an ...

Solution Summary

The response addresses the queries posted in 592 words with references.

See Also This Related BrainMass Solution

Human Resource Management - Three Scenarios - union contract negotiations, safety construction plans, and expatriation and repatriation plan for this employee

For this project you and your group are to draft answers or solutions for each of the following three scenarios.

Scenario One: You are a supervisor in a small manufacturing plant. The union contract covering most of your employees is about to expire. How do you prepare for union contract negotiations?

Scenario Two: As the supervisor of a small manufacturing firm, you need to construct a plan for reducing both accidents and stress on the plant floor. How would you proceed and why?

Scenario Three: One of your plant managers will be sent to your sister company in Bulgaria for a period of three years. Write an expatriation and repatriation plan for this employee.

View Full Posting Details