Unions
Analysis
USMCA and cohesive labor standards validated by Mexico’s reforms continue shifting the country’s labor democracy.
Mine workers
News Article
Mining companies operating in Mexico are facing more risks when it comes to labor disputes.
GM Silao
News Article
Following several hurdles, the Independent Syndicate of National Workers (SINTTIA) and General Motors signed the first collective labor agreement.
A sign reading "UNION"
News Article
Similar to Silao’s GM plant, workers at Matamoros’ Tridonex plant have ousted the CTM-affiliated incumbent union by electing new representation.
GM Silao
News Article
After dissolving their 25-year-long contract with CTM in August, nearly 6,300 GM workers will elect a new union this week.
A shadow of a hand casting a vote on a ballot box.
News Article
The US and Canada’s largest union federations questioned the fairness of an upcoming GM Mexico union vote and its compliance with USMCA requirements.
Automaker
News Article
The review of voting irregularities in GM’s plant in Silao, Guanajuato, marked the first use of the Rapid Response Mechanism of USMCA.
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News Article
The mining industry has been highly affected by COVID-19 and has expressed its intentions to maintain operations during the contingency.
César Maillard
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César Maillard
Manager Partner
Maillard, Cerbón, Canudas, Argumedo, Palma y Asociados
Maillard, Cerbón, Canudas, Argumedo, Palma y Asociados is a law firm focused on labor law and offering services to Mexican and transnational company
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