bargain

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Synonyms for bargain

Synonyms for bargain

an act or state of agreeing between parties regarding a course of action

an agreement, especially one involving a sale or exchange

something offered or bought at a low price

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to argue about the terms, as of a sale

to enter into a formal agreement

bargain for: to look forward to confidently

Synonyms for bargain

an agreement between parties (usually arrived at after discussion) fixing obligations of each

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an advantageous purchase

negotiate the terms of an exchange

come to terms

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Scott Walker, the law confined collective bargaining for teachers to base wages and, even on that topic, barred the parties from negotiating raises outpacing inflation.
This may occur where the company's owner purports to bargain on behalf of employees, but the arrangement actually benefits the owner with little benefit for other employees, or in other cases where the facts indicate a lack of good faith bargaining for non-owner employees.
Clint Dunford, Minister of Human Resources and Employment said, "These changes will bring clarity and consistency to health bargaining for employers, employees and unions.
Thus, the problems created by decentralized bargaining for the central offices of I G Metall should serve as an indication of the extent to which much less secure unions in other countries may have been troubled by these events.
Readers interested in American and Japanese exceptionalism will find a separate chapter devoted to them, and in it, interesting ideas about the relationship between single-employer bargaining and the countries' distinctive personnel management practices as substitutes for multi-employer bargaining for securing managerial control and neutralizing the workplace.