If the counter-offer
rears its ugly head again then remain philosophical.
This money will be found by the Ways and Means Committee [to pay for the House offer] and signed into law," he said, alluding to White House support for the House counter-offer
ROA chief executive Michael Harris said: "It's unlikely that the jockeys' counter-offer
will be accepted but, before it goes before the ROA council, I can't say for sure.
Search consultants at the Sanford Rose Associates conference also noted that the shortage of qualified job candidates for the vast quantity of position openings today has encouraged an increasing number of companies to extend lavish counter-offers
to employees who tender their resignation.
A realistic counter-offer
for an entry-level college grad might be $1,000 - $3,000 -- not $15,000.
In a recent the case, the broker was not allowed to re cover a commission where it was shown that he discussed the sale of the property after showing it to the purchaser but never attempted to arrange for a meeting between the parties and only relayed one offer and one counter-offer
between the parties.
City officials said they hadn't been presented with that counter-offer
yet, but would consider it.
Scott said: "The player's agent sent me details of their demands earlier this week and I have responded with a counter-offer
Don't get offended; give them a counter-offer
you consider fair.
Nippon Koei UK Topco, a 100%-owned subsidiary of Nippon Koei Co had presented a counter-offer
to the one initially proposed by Arcadis.
However, in a case such as this, should a broker produce a purchaser who seeks to alter the terms of the sale, financial or otherwise, offered by the seller, such alteration of the terms would be deemed a counter-offer
and the broker would not be entitled to a commission, assuming the seller refuses to accede to the new terms.
Some industry analysts believe a counter-offer