The Chilean government enacted a new law regarding the inclusion of disabled employees in the labor force (Law 21,015), which mandates that 1 percent of the workforce of companies with more than 100 employees be comprised of disabled individuals. The law entered into force on 1 April 2018, with immediate effect for companies with 200 or more employees, and with effect from 1 April 2019, for companies with 100 to 199 employees. It is possible for companies with justified reasons to comply through alternative means for a period of two years by executing contracts for services or making monetary donations in accordance with the provisions of Decree 64. The government will issue further guidance to clarify the practical enforceability of the new law.