Good Faith Bargaining definition

Good faith bargaining is the principle that participants in a dispute or contractual discussion, such as a collective bargaining agreement, act ethically, truthfully and seek a reasonable outcome for all parties. Good faith bargaining does not mean ‘giving in’ or conceding.

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