Dr. Norman A. Solomon
Professor of Management
o: Dolan School of Business Rm 1106
Supreme Court: Unions can't collect compulsory fees from home healthcare
Labor expert Norman A. Solomon, PhD, professor of management at Fairfield University's Charles F. Dolan School of Business, says the ruling is a blow to unions but not a fatal blow. According to Dr. Solomon, "[t]he more significant issue will be whether the Supreme Court in the future decides that ANY compulsory payment of union dues by full-fledged public employees violates the first amendment. Such a decision would require unions operating in the public sector to spend valuable time and resources convincing workers to pay dues and to establish mechanisms by the union to collect those dues - this would be a major blow to public sector unions."
Published in HR.BLR.com on 7/1/14
Dolan School's Dr. Norman Solomon on Supreme Court 5-4 decision on unions
Dr. Solomon, professor of management, was interviewed about Harris v. Quinn, a case from Illinois. To listen to the interview, see KSRO Morning News Interviews Archive story entitled, 'Unions Hit But Not Fatally.'
Appeared on KSRO Radio (Bay Area, California) - 'The News and Talk of Sonoma County' on 7/1/14
Supreme Court ruling analysis
The Supreme Court issued a 5-4 decision concerning Harris v. Quinn, a case from Illinois. Labor expert Norman A. Solomon, Ph.D., professor of management at the Charles F. Dolan School of Business, says the ruling is a blow to unions but not a fatal blow.
Appeared on WNPR 'All Things Considered' (Connecticut Public Radio) on 6/30/14
Loyola dean to return to teaching
Norman Solomon the former business school dean at Fairfield University in Connecticut will serve as Sellinger's interim dean...
Published in Maryland Daily Record on 6/4/14
Reality check: UAW 'Ate Detroit'? and Chattanooga's on the menu?
Dr. Norm Solomon, professor of manager at the Charles F. Dolan School of Business, discusses a union vote at a Volkswagen plant that has been the topic of great debate: From the radio station's web site: "In this segment, WUTC's Michael Edward Miller talks to several experts with different viewpoints on how much blame the United Auto Workers should share for Detroit's decline, how unionization could affect Chattanooga's VW plant, and whether rhetoric surrounding this vote has gotten out of hand."
Appeared on WUTC Public Radio (Chattanooga, Tenn.) on 2/12/14