The monopoly online retailer has extracted vast rents from workers and citizens who are raising their voices globally.
Romania’s recent law strengthening collective bargaining offers a way forward for the European Union.
The rules for allocation of EU funds should be more transparent and provide a meaningful role for the social partners.
Workers and their unions are today sounding the alarm for media independence at the heart of Europe.
A carve-out for the finance sector would water down the ambition of the EU’s human-rights due-diligence legislation.
Making public contracts for private firms conditional on collective agreements can help stem the falling labour share.
Companies must be denied contracts if they refuse to respect workers’ rights.
‘Surveillance capitalism’ is increasingly threatening workers’ collective action and the human right to public protest.
On International Workers’ Memorial Day, it’s worth remembering that when workers don’t have a say they may lose more than their voice.
The EU recovery plan must link company bailouts to enforcement of collective-bargaining rights.
It may not have been thought of as an antidote to the coronavirus but collective bargaining is protecting workers’ health and security against its ravages.