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Minimum Wage Increase of 20% in Mexico by 2024

The minimum wage in Mexico will reach $374.89 pesos per day in the Northern Border Zone and $248.93 pesos per day in the rest of the country starting next year.


The Mexico Supreme Court issues a criterion regarding the 2021 subcontracting reform and its application.

In recent days, the Mexican Supreme Court of Justice ruled on the constitutionality of the Labor Reform on Subcontracting Matters, effective as of April 2021, and issued an important...


The Mexican official standard regarding remote work (home office) NOM-037-STPS-2023 is published.

On June 8, 2023, NOM-037-STPS-2023 ("NOM-037"), Remote work - Occupational health and safety conditions was published in the Federal Official Gazette and will become effective as...


Legislative initiative in Mexico to modify working hours to 40 hours per week.

The Mexican Congress approved a ruling to amend Article 123 of the Constitution and establish that employees have the right to two days of rest per week. In other words, the weekly workday...


Japan: Employment law update - Amendment of the Childcare and Family Care Leave Act

To deter employees from leaving their jobs due to childbirth or childcare needs and to enable both men and women to balance work and childcare responsibilities as they deem suitable,...


Nearshoring, an opportunity for companies in Mexico

As a result of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (“UMSCA”) over the next years, incentives for nearshoring to Mexico will remain high for companies doing business in the ...


Upcoming changes in Polish employment law – a new dimension of remote work

Among the many irreversible changes that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the labour market, one of the most important has been the increased flexibility as to where employees carry out ...


You want what back? Key takeaways from DOJ on compensation clawbacks and compliance programs

On September 15, 2022, Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco released a memorandum titled “Further Revisions to Corporate Criminal Enforcement Policies Following Discussions with...


New national guidelines for the continuity of economic activities due to COVID-19

Federal Authorities issued new National Guidelines for the Continuity of Economic Activities due to COVID-19 (The “Guidelines”).

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