Inter‐union negotiating strategies and tactics used in completing transfers are at the centre of this chapter. The framework used for analysing transfer negotiations is developed around the relative status of the minor and major partner unions and the degree of effective merger competition. In general, minor unions achieve their main negotiating objectives. The major unions tend to make generous concessions in order to secure the transfers of what are often financially troubled minor unions.
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