cooling-off period


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cooling-off period

n
1. a period during which the contending sides to a dispute reconsider their options before taking further action
2. (Law) a statutory period, often 14 days, that begins when a sale contract or life-assurance policy is received by a member of the public, during which the contract or policy can be cancelled without loss
Translations

cooling-off period

[ˌkuːlɪŋˈɒfˌpɪərɪəd] N (Ind) → plazo m de negociación (Comm) → plazo m de prueba

cooling-off period

n
(gesetzlich festgelegter) Zeitraum für Schlichtungsverhandlungen (bei Arbeitskämpfen)
(in relationship etc) → Zeit fzur Abkühlung

cooling-off period

[ˌkuːlɪŋˈɒfˌpɪərɪəd] n (Industry) → periodo di tregua sindacale
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When those negotiations did not result in an agreement, the NMB released the parties from mediated negotiations and placed them in the required 30-day cooling-off period before a strike can occur.
The UTU and the Transportation Communications International Union, which represents about 680 workers, agreed to extend a 60-day cooling-off period, imposed by Gov.
AFSCME, which represents 271 supervisory and professional personnel, has not been part of the cooling-off period currently in place for Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1555, representing over 800 train operators and station agents, and Service Employees International Local 790, representing over 1,700 maintenance, professional, and clerical personnel.
In a related development, a Los Angeles judge on Tuesday extended the cooling-off period for Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus and rail workers to Sept.
Northwest has already squandered 12 days of the 30-day cooling-off period before a strike by ignoring our repeated requests to resume negotiations.
This helps us out a lot because we do need a cooling-off period,'' said Flynn, adding that he plans to travel next week to Washington, D.
As well, the White House declined to use the Taft- Hartley Act to force a cooling-off period on the workers, a move no president had taken in the last 25 years, albeit UPS urged this almost from day one.
Pete Wilson can delay a strike by ordering a 60-day cooling-off period.
16, 1997--The National Mediation Board (NMB) yesterday declared contract negotiations between American Airlines and the Allied Pilots Association to be at an impasse, formally releasing the two parties from negotiations and beginning a 30-day cooling-off period.
Under the Railway Labor Act, they cannot go on strike until labor talks completely break down, if a third-person mediator cannot resolve the situation and after a 30-day cooling-off period.
15, 1997--The National Mediation Board (NMB) today declared contract negotiations between American Airlines and the Allied Pilots Association to be at an impasse, formally releasing the two parties from negotiations and beginning a 30-day cooling-off period.
Surely I am entitled to a cooling-off period for the order and they have to pay return postage?