“A guy in Hyderabad [India] can’t deliver your pizza.”
—The Ann Arbor News, quoting Greg Saltzman on how unionization of pizza delivery drivers is invulnerable to threats of moving jobs elsewhere.
“It’s hard to be Amish in the Bronx.”
–Japan Times article quoting Greg Saltzman about how local culture influences support for unionization, a factor leading Japanese-owned auto companies to locate their American factories in locations other than Detroit.
2011: March 31 – Changing Gears report for public radio quoting Greg Saltzman about legislation in Ohio restricting collective bargaining rights of public employees.
2011: March 2 – Detroit News article quoting Greg Saltzman about Detroit Symphony Orchestra Strike.
2011: February 27 – Dayton Daily News article quoting Greg Saltzman about proposed cutbacks in 2011 in public-employee collective bargaining rights, and article citing Greg Saltzman’s previous research about the history of public-sector bargaining law in Ohio.
2010: February 18 – Greg Saltzman’s op ed in The Detroit News about first-contract arbitration.
2009: September 23 – Chicago Tribune article quoting Greg Saltzman about budget cutbacks and public employee unions.
2008: November 10 – Wall Street Journal article quoting Greg Saltzman about the macroeconomic impact of the crisis in the auto industry.
2007: September 27 – National Public Radio All Things Considered report quoting Greg Saltzman about retiree health benefits for UAW members.
2007: September 10 – Greg Saltzman’s letter to the editor in The New York Times about single-payer health insurance.
2005: September 4 – Voice of America radio report quoting Greg Saltzman about unionization in the U.S.