Agendas

    1. Legal Framework for Bargaining
    2. Subjects of Bargaining
    3. Duty to Bargain Before Changing Conditions
    4. Impasse Doctrine
    5. Duty to Provide Information
    6. Surface Bargaining
    7. Role of FMCS
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    1. Context for Negotiations
    2. Bargaining Committee & Resource Need
    3. Developing Negotiating Strategies
    4. Information Review
    5. Data Assembly
    6. Communications
    7. Strategic Business Objectives
    8. Anticipating Union Demands
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    1. Preparations for Negotiations Begin
    2. Participants assigned to teams to discuss critical case issues (est. 6 per team)
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    1. Corporate Campaigns and Inside Games
    2. Strike Contingency Planning
    3. Post-Strike Planning
    4. Discussions Outside Formal Bargaining
    5. Role of Executives
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    1. Bargaining Protocols
    2. Bargaining Enablers
    3. Across the Table
    4. Proposals and Counterproposals
    5. Management’s First Proposal
    6. Closing the Deal
    7. Ratification and Communication
    8. Communications Post Negotiations
    9. Costing Proposals
    10. Mechanics of the Case Costing Model
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    1. Prepare and deliver opening statement
    2. Discuss negotiations ground rules with union
    3. Prepare/present Management's written demands
    4. Discuss/clarify Union's written demands
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