France Unveils Contentious Labor Overhaul in Big Test for Macron

By AURELIEN BREEDEN August 31, 2017 PARIS — The French government announced on Thursday a plan to overhaul the labor code, a highly awaited and contentious effort to loosen regulations and stimulate the economy that has been met with opposition from...

Sidebar: Unions Come Into the Justices’ Cross Hairs, Again

The Supreme Court is likely to hear a case that revisits a question about public sector unions while shining a spotlight on Justice Neil Gorsuch.

AT&T Workers Start 3-Day Strike in Contract Impasse

A walkout affecting 35,000 employees backed union protests that call-center jobs were being sent overseas and retail work diverted to nonunion stores.

As Hollywood Writers’ Contract Ends, Studios Are More Vulnerable

By Tuesday, TV and movie writers could create the entertainment industry’s first major work stoppage in a decade. But differences between the business climates now and then offer hope for a deal.

Union Vote at Boeing Plant Tests Labor’s Sway Under Trump

By NOAM SCHEIBER and CHRISTOPHER DREW February 13, 2017 NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. — Boeing came to South Carolina more than seven years ago to establish a second assembly line for its 787 Dreamliner aircraft. At least part of the attraction,...