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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbargainingbar‧gain‧ing /ˈbɑːɡənɪŋ $ ˈbɑːr-/ noun [uncountable]  1 DISCUSSdiscussion in order to reach an agreement about a sale, contract etc syn negotiationwage/pay bargaining The government would not intervene in private-sector wage bargaining. The 4% pay raise was the result of some hard bargaining.2 bargaining position/power collective bargaining
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bargainingSometimes this can be done before negotiations start and occasionally during the actual bargaining itself.Collective bargaining is a flexible instrument and can build upon the minimum standards which the law lays down.Effective bargaining by their union has gained clothing workers a 9% pay rise.You need a flexible and adaptive approach in devising your ground plan for bargaining.This is where hard bargaining at the time that you negotiated your service contract could pay off handsomely.After much bargaining, we agreed to share the profits 50-50.Then came the consultation proper, and the bargaining began.They are wrong for this country's future and contrary to this party's belief in decentralised wage bargaining.wage/pay bargainingThe first part of the research uses game theory to analyse wage bargaining and employment decisions in models with explicit institutional setups.During the 1950s, however, employers began to press successfully for coordinated, central wage bargaining, which has continued subsequently.They are wrong for this country's future and contrary to this party's belief in decentralised wage bargaining.Regional banding could not be agreed to simply on the basis of national wage bargaining.Mr. Hughes I do not share my hon. Friend's contention that one should support national wage bargaining.The decision to allow trusts to set their own pay rates has meant that pay bargaining is now becoming devolved.The government's concern has led it to exert fairly direct, although informal, control over the pay bargaining process.But there is, of course, another side to the wage bargaining coin.
From Longman Business Dictionarybargainingbar‧gain‧ing /ˈbɑːgənɪŋˈbɑːr-/ noun [uncountable] HUMAN RESOURCESCOMMERCEdiscussion to reach agreement about something, for example trade, levels of pay etcThere will be some hard bargaining between the US and Europe. collective bargaining wage bargaining workplace bargaining
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