MTF
Weekly Roundups
Key industry leaders and stakeholders participate in the digital edition of Mexico Talent Forum. Do not miss the highlights!
MTF 2021
News Article
While challenging the entire Mexican industry, the new Labor and Tax Reform opened a new range of possibilities, agreed industry experts.
MTF21-art-Illustrative-01-1000-Employment and USMCA
News Article
Mexico’s Labor Reform after the USMCA could transform work relationships as we know them, argue experts.
Francisco Martínez
Expert Contributor
Francisco Martínez
CEO
Adecco Mexico
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An assessment of the benefits of the outsourcing reform and whether expectations have been truly met will likely have to wait until 2022.
Hugo Hernández
Expert Contributor
Hugo Hernández-Ojeda
Labor and Employment Partner
Hogan Lovells
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The Labor Reform is not easy to interpret, especially profit-sharing. Hernández-Ojeda deciphers the language.
The Week in Automotive
Weekly Roundups
This week's top stories include programs in Nuevo Leon and Queretaro to foster the automotive industry, as well as the latest on plant unions.
Car factory
News Article
Volkswagen de México agreed to a 5.5 percent salary increase and avoided a potential strike.
STPS - Luisa Maria Alcalde
News Article
Union leaders, workers and automotive companies continue to adapt to a Mexican labor reform under USMCA's guidelines.
Progress After Outsourcing Reform
News Article
Outsourcing was banned from Mexico’s labor practices. Two months after the reform, officials say it is benefitting workers.
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