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Description: Former Canadian Auto Workers head Buzz Hargrove says the NHL Players’ Association shouldn’t have agreed to meet with team owners without the association’s executive director.

Source: CBC

Date: 12/06/2012


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Questions for discussion:

  • Why does Hargrove refer to these talks as an “amateur hour”?
  • What does Hargrove believe may be needed to reach a settlement?
  • Consult your textbook and make a list of the advantages to such an approach.
  • Now make a list of the disadvantages.
  • Based on what you have learned in this course, what do you think should be done to reach a settlement?

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