Mexico

Mexico

Mexico introduces new amendments to Mexican Federal Labor Law

The Mexican government recently published two decrees amending several provisions of the Mexican Federal Labor Law to allow all employees to take necessary unpaid time off to participate in the country’s presidential “revocation of mandate” process and to mandate employers to consider the use of technology and other creative work tools when the nature of employees’ work may result in their death or serious health issues. The decrees entered into effect on 28 April 2022.

Mexico

Mexico introduces new teleworking obligations

The Mexican government passed amendments to the federal labor law on teleworking. The amendments clarify existing teleworking regulations and create new obligations for both employers and employees. The reform was published in the Mexican Federal Official Gazette and entered into […]