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2020 was the worst year for the Mexican labor market on record. The crisis generated by the pandemic eliminated 647,710 formal jobs
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Home office became an emergency measure to keep companies going but now that it seems it is here to stay.
Fernando Cruz
Expert Contributor
Fernando Cruz
President
Swiss-Mexican Chamber of Commerce and Industry
https://www.linkedin.com/company/swisschammexico/
https://twitter.com/SwissChamMexico
https://swisscham.mx/
The Swiss Embassy and the Swiss-Mexican Chamber of Commerce and Industry are helping young Mexicans acquire the skills to enter the formal workforce.
Courtney McColgan
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Courtney McColgan
Founder & CEO
Runa HR
https://www.linkedin.com/in/courtney-mccolgan-7976873/
https://twitter.com/runahr?lang=es
https://runahr.com/
While COVID has been disastrous for many businesses in Latin America, it has also catapulted how we work more than 10-plus years into the future.
Carlos Robles
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Carlos Robles
Vice President, Central Region
Mexican Federation of Aerospace Industries (FEMIA)
https://www.linkedin.com/in/roblescarlos1/
https://twitter.com/Robliux87
https://www.femia.com.mx
We cant change what has happened, but we can learn from it. By doing that, we have an immense opportunity to refocus and do things better from now on.
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Gustavo Linares
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Gustavo Linares
Founder
TalentHow
https://www.linkedin.com/in/gustavo-linares-arizabalo-53933629/
http://www.talenthow.com/
Continuous learning means keep learning no matter where you are, who you’re with or what you’re doing. In COVID-19 times, it’s the key to survival.
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