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COVID-19 has put strain on Mexico’s labor, forcing all economic actors to step up. Read your weekly roundup here!
by Cas Biekmann
Weekly Roundups
As COVID-19 spreads around the globe, companies need to take measures. How many jobs will possibly be affected? Read about it in your weekly roundup!
by Cas Biekmann
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Millions of women went on strike following International Women’s Day. Read about this and other topics in your weekly talent roundup!
by Cas Biekmann
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Gender equality and salary gaps are at the forefront of this edition. Read about this and more in your weekly roundup!
by Cas Biekmann
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March 9 will be a day of national strike for Mexican women. An inclusive workforce can lead to rewards. Read this and more in your weekly roundup!
by Cas Biekmann
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COVID-19 has forced people to work from home, while President López Obrador aims to reform the pension system. Read more in your weekly roundup!
by Cas Biekmann
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The Mexican government aims to improve outsourcing. Job creation has dropped in January and refugees can look forward to better labor integration.
by Cas Biekmann
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Read here about a university training for mega-projects, why headhunting talent should be reconsidered and a contentious issue on lowering pensions.
by Cas Biekmann
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Government policies and private programs backed Mexican human capital, with 100 businesses committing to wages of no less than MX$6,500 per month.
by Alessa Flores
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