Thirty-four percent of financial executives who extend counteroffers
said they have had to increase salaries for other employees in their department as a result.
Third, accepting a counteroffer
will likely mean you'll burn your bridges with the company you intended to join as well as any contact or recruiter who helped you secure the position.
The current conventional wisdom interpreting it emanated from the Sixth Circuit (95) which heralded a string of cases requiring contract counteroffer
language under section 2-207 to be sufficiently similar to the statutory language.
Given the same initial conditions, that is, the same first offers and counteroffers
, it could be that women are less able to use the process of alternating offers to obtain favorable outcomes.
As noted above, a clear record of each party's offers and counteroffers
can make a difference.
More than 71 percent of senior HR executives are concerned their companies are losing their top performers this year and are resorting to counteroffers
to retain those staff, according to research commissioned by specialist recruitment firm Robert Half UAE.
A whopping 80 percent of employees that accept a counteroffer
and remain with the organization are gone within a year (or less) after they initially resign.
Like any other real estate negotiation, a counteroffer
is not just a request for different terms.
According to Sharma, not putting in a counteroffer
does not mean that ONGC has abdicated its right of first refusal for the Rajasthan oilfield and other Cairn India assets.
7 billion compensation put forth by local villagers, who turned down a counteroffer
of NT$500 million set forth by FPG.
with the West, its foreign minister said in the country's latest counteroffer
to a U.
Diplomats said Iran's counteroffer
would leave it enough LEU to convert into bomb material, a non-starter for France and the United States.