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On December 27, 2022, the Federal Official Gazette published the decree that reforms Articles 76 and 78 of the Mexican Federal Labor Law (FLL) regarding paid vacation, which will come into effect as of January 1, 2023. In accordance with the above and because of the reform, the Federal Labor Law has established that workers…

Dear Clients and Friends: Given the possible resurgance in cases of influenza and SARS-COV2 virus (COVID-19), on December 19th, 2022, the Government of the State of Puebla issued a decree stating mandatory actions throughout the State, some of which are specific to workplaces. The execution and documentation of these measures may be inspected by Civil…

Dear Clients and Friends, On December 1st, 2022, the National Commission on Minimum Wages, which integrates the government, employers, and employees, reached an agreement and unanimously determined a 20% total increase to the minimum wage for 2023. In accordance with the above and starting on January 1st, the minimum wage will increase from $172.87 MXN…

Dear customers and friends: On September 27, 2022, the Labor and Social Welfare Commission (Comisión de Trabajo y Previsión Social) of the Senate of the Republic issued a positive Opinion regarding the Initiative with a Draft Decree that amends and adds various provisions to the Mexican Federal Labor Law (FLL), regarding decent vacation days. In…

As you may recall, we previously informed you that on April 20, 2022, a decree was published in the Official Gazette of the Federation, through which several amendments on lithium matters were applied to the Mining Law, in which, mainly, the rights of exploration, exploitation and benefit of lithium were reserved in benefit of the…

On July 1, 2022, the Mexican Standard NMX-AA-179-SCFI-2018 (“Mexican Standard”), that establishes the different characteristics and specifications for the selection, installation and operation of measures and measurement systems for the use and exploitation of water as well as the information transmission procedure to the National Water Commission partially came into effect. Pursuant to the last…

What do companies as different as those in the metallurgical, maquila, electronics and automotive industries all have in common? To this day, at least four companies in those industries have been accused of labor violations under the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). At the signing of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement new labor obligations and their respective…

The evidentiary value that labor authorities grant to resignation letters within a labor litigation has changed. Previously, it was sufficient to prove that the signature on the resignation letter corresponded to the employee. If the employee denied it, an external expert in the field determined whether it corresponded to the employee or not. A positive result…

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