The next coalition government in the Netherlands will be hard pressed to further liberalize the labor market.
The Labor Party leader rallies left-wing parties behind a program to protect workers’ rights.
It’s not that the French strike more than other Westerners. It’s that when they do, they are louder and adamant.
Ten Central European nations plus Denmark resist changes that could make their workers less competitive.
Socialist Party leaders bypass opposition from within their own party to liberalize the French labor market.
The jobless rate is slowly coming down, but young Italians still struggle to find stable employment
Liberalizations that could have given especially small businesses some breathing space are canceled.
President François Hollande risks splitting his party by resuming efforts to shake up a sclerotic labor market.
Many immigrants from the Middle East lack the skills they need to work in a rich country like Germany.
Fearful of splitting their base, French ruling party leaders shy away from liberalizing the labor market.
The era of jobs for life with ever-rising wages and benefits is over. Democrats need to adjust their policies.
President François Hollande refuses to touch protections that make it almost impossible to fire French workers.