Category Archives: Negotiation

How Public Sector Unions Could Work & Why They Won’t

Public employee unions could significantly increase their chances for voter support by taking the lead – or at least working together with their opponents – on the following actions:
1. Take strikes, work stoppages, and slowdowns off the table. The public has a right to expect that its public agencies continue to function even if there is a disagreement over terms of the contract. In return for this, public employee unions should receive the right for expedited arbitration over violations of the contract.
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Avoid Negotiaphobia

Ever have a feeling in the pit of your stomach before a negotiation because you don’t want to leave a pile of money on the table? You are likely suffering from Negotiaphobia, and there is a cure. Continue reading

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