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The Chamber of Deputies’ Labor Commission has approved the conditions that will regulate remote work and teleworkers in Mexico.
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The initiative to reform the outsourcing system in Mexico will improve working conditions in the country and will bring legal certainty to workers
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In 2019, remote work was considered in Mexican law. Are these changes in legislation sufficient to face the current labor reality?
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Today, the Official Journal of the Federation officially published that part of the bonus to public officials will be handed out on Nov. 9.
María Elena Álvarez-Buylla Roces at President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's press conference on October 21, 2020
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The termination of trust funds in Mexico has been a topic subject to heated debate.
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Measuring employee happiness has become a priority for companies and a profitable business for others
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Last weekend, three garbage collectors made a video showing their wrestling skills. Lucha Libre AAA is now offering them work as official wrestlers.
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Home-office schemes remain a trend amid the pandemic, while companies also look for temps to cover shortages and face disruptions.
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Fonatur together with the Ministry of Labour and Social Security have set up a job bank for the Mayan Train
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