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PROTOCOL TO LEGITIMIZE EXISTING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS.

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On July 31, 2019, the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare (“STPS” for its acronym in Spanish) published in the Federal Official Gazette, the “Protocol to Legitimize Existing Collective Bargaining Agreements” (the “Protocol”). The “Protocol” sets forth the rules and procedures that shall be complied with to “legitimize” current Collective Bargaining Agreements that apply in […]

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AMENDMENT BILL PROJECT FEDERAL LABOR LAW 2018

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AMENDMENT BILL PROJECT FEDERAL LABOR LAW 2018 On December 22, 2018 a bill to amend and partially repeal various provisions of the Federal Labor Law submitted by the “Morena” Parliamentary Group was published in the Parliamentary Gazette. The bill acknowledges and adopts the principles and directives set out in Chapter 23[1] of the United States-Mexico-Canada […]

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THE 2019 GENERAL MINIMUM WAGE

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THE 2019 GENERAL MINIMUM WAGE. On December 17, 2018, the National Minimum Wage Commission (CONASAMI for its Spanish acronym), by tripartite and unanimous ruling of its members, announced that as of January 1st, 2019, the general minimum wage will be increased to Mx$102.68 a day. The increase was calculated by adding Mx$9.43 to the current […]

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THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE COMMISSION UNANIMOUSLY VOTED TO INCREASE THE CURRENT MINIMUN WAGE IN MEXICO.

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THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE COMMISSION UNANIMOUSLY VOTED TO INCREASE THE CURRENT MINIMUN WAGE IN MEXICO. On November 21st, the National Minimum Wage Commission (known in Mexico as “CONASAMI”) released through an informative note that in performance of its duties and authority, it had revised the current minimum wage in Mexico. The representatives […]

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THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE NATIONAL WAGES COMMISSION BOARD UNANIMOUSLY RESOLVED TO INCREASE THE CURRENT MINIMUM WAGE AMOUNT IN MEXICO

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On December 1st, 2016, the Labor and Social Security Ministry released through an informative note, that the representatives of the National Wages Commission Board (known as “CONASAMI”), in the performance of their duties and authority, unanimously resolved to increase the current minimum wage amount in Mexico to $80.04 pesos effective on January 1st, 2017. The […]

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CPEUM & LFT

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On April 28, 2016, President Enrique Peña Nieto sent to the Senate two bills for amendments to Articles 107 and 123 of the Mexico’s Federal Constitution and for additions to the Federal Labor Law covering: (i) union contract registration and filing requirements, (ii) rules to exercise the right to strike in order to execute a […]