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offer by an employer to contract to pay an employee at a given rate

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City, who have been negotiating with the star and his agent for the past year, have improved their contract offer.
Danny Devine is mulling over an 18-month contract offer from Wrexham
SPEEA members voted 684 to reject and 25 to accept the offer by Spirit management, said to be the largest defeat of a contract offer in SPEEA history at the carrier.
I have looked at the contract offer and it's now up to me," said Ledley.
This contract offer rewards employees and provides significant increases in pay and retirement," said Gary Bomhoff, Director of Boeing Operations in Tennessee.
Manager Moyes believes the contract offer rewards Rooney's rise within the game.
They, too, publicly expressed a desire to review and vote on the final UPS contract offer before being forced to pick up picket signs for $55 a week.
We think it's tremendously unfair to the employees not to give them the opportunity to vote on the company's contract offer," LeResche said Monday night.
The youngsters - both 18-years-old - rejected new contract offers when Rangers attempted to secure them on longer-term deals.
Cricket Australia chief operations manager Michael Brown on Friday confirmed he had informed Symonds that his contract offer had been pulled following his latest alcohol-related indiscretion this month in England.
ANATOLY KOROBOCHKA last night claimed Hearts tried to keep fans' favourite Julien Brellier - but the Frenchman rejected an improved contract offer.
In rejecting the past contract offer, which called for no increase the first year and phased in raises totaling 6.
The striking members of the Northwest Airlines mechanics union should reject the latest contract offer from the airline, according to the head of the union.
Caregivers at 10 Sutter hospitals throughout Northern California have voted by an average of 97% to reject any contract offer from the corporate giant Sutter Health unless it includes standards designed to improve patient care.
Eriksson, who was unhappy that the new contract offer was made public, admitted that he was nevertheless flattered by the FA's faith in him.