Make Whole, Not War (CBA & Lockout Discussion) XIX
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11-02-2012, 07:53 PM
Join Date: Sep 2008
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Since posters keep throwing the term "concessions" about, let's make sure we understand what the term means. It refers to alterations of the current agreement in the other side's favour. Arguing that the players haven't made any concessions while the owners have is just factually incorrect. What has happened is the owners have demanded concessions from the players and have, as time has worn on, moderated those demands.
I suspect that if a deal is to be reached, it will mostly be, relative to th last agreement, in the favour of the owners and to the detriment of the players. It will be the players who will have made concessions before this thing is done.
There is no current agreement. The last CBA is expired and it's time to negotiate a new one.
Definition of concession: "something done or agreed to usually grudgingly in order to reach an agreement or improve a situation."
Sounds like a concession to me.
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