INCORPORATION TO THE LIST OF NON-ESSENTIAL ACTIVITIES AND REINSTATEMENT STRATEGY SARS-CoV2 (COVID-19)

May 2020

As we have previously informed, derived from the pandemic provoked by the virus SARS-CoV2 (COVID-19), the Federal Government of the United Mexican States (“Mexico”) declared the immediate suspension of non-essential activities from March 31st to May 30, 2020, in order to mitigate the dispersion and transmission of the virus.

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LABOR REFORM: VACATION TIME INCREASE

December 2022

On October 12, 2022, a labor reform bill was proposed to increase the paid vacation period for employees in the United Mexican States.

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LEGAL ENTITIES: OBLIGATION TO IDENTIFY THE CONTROLLING BENEFICIARY

November 2022

As of the year 2022, legal entities have a new obligation before tax authorities: to identify the Controlling Beneficiary.

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LEGITIMATION OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS

January 2022

As per informed in previous newsletters, on November 23, 2018, the Mexican Government approved and ratified the Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining Convention of 1949, better known as the “Convention No. 98”.

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FEDERAL LABOR LAW REFORM: TELEWORK

January 2021

This past January 11, 2021 a Decree reforming and including several dispositions to the Federal Labor Law was published at the Official Gazette. Among the most important aspects of the reform is the regulation regarding work relations under the modality of telework, same which entered into force on January 12, 2021.

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REFORMS REGARDING THE SUBCONTRACTING PROHIBITION IN MEXICO

May 2021

This past April 23rd, 2021, a Decree prohibiting personnel subcontracting and reforming several legal dispositions of the Federal Labor Law, Social Security Law, Tax Code, Income Tax Law, and Value Added Tax Law, among others, was published in the Federal Official Gazette.

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UPDATE: FEDERAL LABOR LAW REFORM BILL REGARDING SUBCONTRACTING

April 2021

As we have been informing, on November 2020 the president of the United Mexican States (“Mexico”) presented before Congress a reform bill to the Federal Labor Law, with the intention of prohibiting personnel subcontracting operations and, instead, allow only the ones regarding specialized services or specialized works.

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FEDERAL LABOR LAW REFORM BILL: SUBCONTRACTING

December 2020

As we have previously informed, on November 12, 2020, the president of the United Mexican States (“Mexico”) presented before Congress a reform bill to the Federal Labor Law with the intention of prohibiting personnel subcontracting operations and, instead, allow only specialized services or specialized works operations with strict limitations, including the incorporation of additional requirements and obligations.

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AMENDMENT TO THE FEDERAL LABOR LAW: SUBCONTRACTING REFORM BILL

November 2020

A reform bill regarding subcontracting was presented by the president of the United Mexican States to the Congress this past November 12th, 2020. The intention of this bill is to prohibit personnel subcontracting operations and instead allow only specialized services or specialized works operations.

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IMPACTS TO COMPANIES DUE TO ANTICORRUPTION LAW

February 2018

In 2016 the most important anticorruption public policy was undertaken in Mexico: The National Anticorruption System (SNA for its acronym in Spanish). The SNA comprises constitutional amendments, creation of new laws, modification of some of the existing ones, as well as the emergence of specialized prosecutors and judges to follow the matter.

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