Mr Macron could either name a new government or dissolve the National Assembly and call new elections.
If the no-confidence motions are unsuccessful, the bill to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64 will become law.
Mr Macron has argued that France's ageing population makes the current pension scheme unaffordable.
But that is not a sentiment shared by all in parliament.
The author of one of the two no-confidence votes, Charles de Courson, said removing the government was "the only way of stopping the social and political crisis in this country", AFP reported.
Mr Macron's allies are in a minority in the lower house of the National Assembly, but for the no-confidence motions to succeed, all of the opposition would have to unite.เว็บพนันคาสิโน