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Good Faith Bargaining

Good faith bargaining is the cornerstone of effective labor-management relations. It means that both parties communicate and negotiate, that they match proposals with counterproposals, and that both make every reasonable effort to arrive at an agreement. It does not mean that one party compels another to agree to a proposal.

Good Faith Bargaining is a term that means both parties are communicating and negotiating and those proposals are being matched with
counterproposals with both parties making every reasonable effort to arrive at agreements. It does not mean that either party is
compelled to agree to a proposal.


Good Faith Bargaining is a term that means both parties are communicating and negotiating and those proposals are being matched with
counterproposals with both parties making every reasonable effort to arrive at agreements. It does not mean that either party is
compelled to agree to a proposal.

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