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This exercise simulates the collective bargaining process, with particular emphasis on the mostimportant elements of the negotiation: planning and preparing for the bargaining table. Yourgroup…

This exercise simulates the collective bargaining process, with particular emphasis on the mostimportant elements of the negotiation: planning and preparing for the bargaining table. Yourgroup will take on the same work and responsibilities of an actual bargaining committee inpreparing and generating an actual bargaining strategy as well as a bargaining proposal. Teamswill then share their proposal with a group representing the other side and each side will thenre-evaluate their positions. This exercise will also ask groups to objectively debrief thesimulation.
Because this is a group assignment My part of the project includes providing the target point, resistance and rationale on these three items:
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For i. TARGET; identify the outcome(s) that your team would consider a potentiallyachievable complete win in the negotiations (i.e., the desired contract language, the %wage increase, or the specific theme of the outcome that you are after). For ii. RESISTANCE; identify your minimally acceptable position (i.e., generally, youmust be willing to strike/lockout before you will breach this resistance point). For iii. RATIONALE; provide a brief statement that summarizes your bargaining strategyand the reasons/rationale behind your targets and resistance points. This is where youexplain your groups strategy to: (a) attempt to convince the other side to accept yourposition; and/or (b) your approach to how you believe you may be able to achieve asettlement that is at or between the target and the resistance point.
In the attached document you will see the background of the Company and the template for the bargaining strategy document.
Please let me know if you need clarification on anything.

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