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An exchange is positive-sum when both parties benefit. For example, productivity bargaining can be a positive-sum activity because workers gain above-average pay increases whilst the employer obtains changes in working practices that increase labour productivity. [See integrative bargaining and zero-sum.]

Subjects: Human Resource Management.


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