During negotiations the union has made a proposal that overtimewill be paid at time-and-a-half for a minimum of 2 hours wheneverit is assigned. The current contract states that overtime is paidat time-and-a-half only for the time worked. Negotiations have beenproceeding smoothly with a give-and-take approach. Thelabor-management relationship does not have a history of strikesbut the company is seeing more pressure for productivityimprovement and cost reductions while the union is under pressurefrom its members to improve the managements respect for anindividuals personal time and home life. How does a cooperativeunion-management relationship affect the negotiations concerningthis issue?