French labour protests are crazy, and surprisingly effective
No country rivals France when it comes to the tenacity, the ingenuity, and often the downright nastiness of its labour protests
Only about eight per cent of French workers belong to labour unions, one of the lowest levels of the world’s developed economies. In the US about 11 per cent are union members.
But no country rivals France when it comes to the tenacity, the ingenuity, and often the downright nastiness of its labour protests. In the latest episode, a mob of Air France workers on Monday tore the clothes off two executives leaving a...
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