Using an Online Library, locate an article from a scholarly journal or industry magazine about a specific arbitration case, involving a union or non-union, related to the topics Distributive Bargaining, Integrative Bargaining, Interest Based Bargaining or Ethics in Negotiations. Some topics to consider, but not limited to, are the nickel-and-diming tactic, bargaining, negotiations, norms, and zone of possible agreement. The article must have been published in the past two years. The format for the article critique is as follows:

Using an Online Library, locate an article from a scholarly journal or industry magazine about a specific arbitration case, involving a union or non-union, related to the topics Distributive Bargaining, Integrative Bargaining, Interest Based Bargaining or Ethics in Negotiations. Some topics to consider, but not limited to, are the nickel-and-diming tactic, bargaining, negotiations, norms, and zone of possible agreement. The article must have been published in the past two years. The format for the article critique is as follows:

 

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·         Article Title

 

·         Journal Name and Date

 

·         Key Points: (Five to seven key ideas from the article)

 

·         Summary: (Two to three paragraphs summarizing the article in your own words)

 

·         Personal Evaluation: (Two to three paragraphs highlighting the relevance of this article to your position or occupation, your agreement or disagreement with the author and/or findings, and any additional insights you may have.)

Your response must be a minimum of two completely full pages. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations in APA format.

 

Textbook:

Carrell, M. R. & Heavrin, C. (2013). Labor relations and collective bargaining: Private and public sectors (10th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall