Reform to Mexico’s Federal Labor Law
The Labor Practice Group of Baker & McKenzie Mexico has prepared this document containing a general analysis of the relevant concepts of the reform to the Federal Labor Law approved by the Mexican Congress on 13 November 2012. This document discusses the most relevant aspects of the reform and contains an in-depth analysis regarding the impact of the reforms on the specific structure of companies.
Click on the link above to download this Baker & McKenzie briefing.
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