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Bayonetta 3, Fairpay and Negotiation

Interested in issues like pay equity, pay transparency, salary negotiations, and the role of gender and unions? Then, this video is chock-full of information for you. Bob Bordone takes on salary negotiations, Bayonetta 3, and whether and when to go public.

“We are doing something really different, because usually, my topics are self-generated, but I’ve gotten a number of requests from some of you to put a negotiation analysis on this really big, ongoing pay controversy involving the first voice actor from the video game, Bayonetta. Now, if you are a gamer, you know exactly what I’m talking about, and you probably have some pretty strong views on who’s right and who’s wrong, and maybe on how it’s gonna affect the pay of video game voice actors, going forward, and if you’re not a gamer, you probably have no idea what I’m talking about. But even if you are a non-gamer, stay tuned.” reads the introduction to this YouTube video


Bob Bordone

Bob Bordone, a Senior Fellow at Harvard Law School and the Founder and former Director of Harvard Law Schools Negotiation Mediation Clinical Program. I'm also the Founder and Principal of the Cambridge Negotiation Institute and have written and taught on negotiation, mediation, and conflict resolution for more than 20 years. MORE

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