Employers have a largely unconstrained ability to try to influence their workers’ political choices.
Labor leaders are sizing up a president who could be a friend or, more likely, a foe.
The Supreme Court could have a major role to play in deciding whether workers can challenge their status as independent contractors.
With the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, organized labor may be spared—for a little while.
Having a powerful partner on the other side of the bargaining table can make for happier workplaces and better public services.