As you find information from your research pertaining to the negotiation and the demand(s) you have been assigned, post them in your group’s forum for all to review.Collaborate on the research and start solidifying your case for each demand. Use the “Bargaining Zone” to determine your limitsCollaborate on the research and start solidifying your case for each demand. Use the “Bargaining Zone” to determine your limitsTopic: Overtime should be on a volunteer basis first and if additional personnel are needed then it can be made mandatory only if additional workers are needed. Persons out of town pre-approved vacations are exempt from mandatory overtime.I need all the info you can find on this topic as possible that would help its bargaining value during a case. So the more info the better!*if theres a way to get this sooner – even better – or in installments like half tonight the other half tomorrow – im ok w/ that! :)***** need resources!**a fellow classmate had a differet topic but just to give an example of the types of info i need — like i said just an example:2 weeks paid vacation after 2 years of seniority, 3 weeks after 5 years of seniorityAlthough I believe that most companies do have a policy in affect for vacation schedules as to following these guidelines but I am sure there are companies out there that do not have adequate vacation schedules that are fair to its employees.2 weeks paid vacation after 2 years within a company seems to be fair however there are some companies that will differ:If an employee is not full time a company does not feel that the employee deserves or works to be eligible for paid time off. Is this fair?*An employee with a part time status should they get paid time off for their time with the company?I believe that if an employee is working as a part time status of say 15 to 20 hours per week vs. a full time employee of 40 hours then I feel that an employee should be eligible for 15 to 20 hours of paid time off after working with the company for 2 years. An employee could get two weeks of paid time off with the company for the average hours they have worked over the two years in service with the company (15/20 hrs.) or 3 weeks paid vacation for 5 years in service with the company following the same guidelines.If the employee is a full time employee they should get the 2 weeks paid vacation for the 2 years in service with the company and 3 weeks paid vacation with 5 years in service with the company.* When a company does allow and provide the employee with 2 weeks/3weeks vacation then the employee should follow a set procedure in taking paid vacation off by its employer. (request the paid vacation in an adequate amount of time so the employer can prepare for the absent employee, etc.)I’m a little behind so need a lot more info on mine!