This is a counteroffer
, and there is no contract unless the additional or different terms are accepted.
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.
Where the different or additional term in a response to an offer is a "dickered" term--a negotiated term or a term to which parties typically pay attention such as price, subject matter, or quantity--it is a counteroffer
under the historic common law matching acceptance rule to which section 2-207 has no application.
With multistage bargaining, we aim to represent real-life bargaining which is typically characterized by a series of offers and counteroffers
and step-by-step bilateral convergence.
Dell is expected to soon detail counteroffers
to the one made by Michael Dell and Silver Lake, which was announced on February 5.
"raised expectations that budget talks would be concluded within 2012," said Minori Uchida, head of global market research at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ.
It claimed that the video provider's withdrawal of the counteroffer
constituted bad faith, and asked the commission to require that the video provider carry the broadcast station on terms that the provider had previously proposed.
Summary: Although some are concerned it will impact salary structure, counteroffers
have rising this past six months as staff retention finally becomes a key priority.
Unfortunately, too many dynamics are already in play during a resignation and changing your mind and accepting a counteroffer
is very dangerous and statistically not in your favor.
The seller's broker responded by email with a counteroffer
for $52 million and a 30-day diligence period during which the prospective purchaser would have a right of first refusal on any higher offer.
3 billion counteroffer
for the parent of the New York Stock Exchange.
ONGC has acted in a responsible manner when it did not put in a counteroffer
," he added.