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Mexico Labor Law: Best Practices And Key Rules For Operating In Mexico

About This Course:
Many U.S. employers have cut labor costs or diversified their companies by moving some of their business operations to Mexico. But doing business there isn’t as simple as it sounds. Mexico is not a litigious country, but it is a pro-labor country that has no “at will” employment. Some labor unions retain a firm grasp on workplace operations.

Mexico’s employment laws also differ greatly from those of the United States in many areas, including disability claims and overtime hours.

In 2016 Mexico’s involvement with the Trans-Pacific Partnership came into focus. The changes have placed companies doing business in Mexico on a steep learning curve as they try to adapt and comply, while trying to avoid (or minimize) fines and penalties as well as possible criminal sanctions.

If you are thinking of expanding into Mexico and/or already have employees in Mexico, it’s essential to get to know the major legal do’s and don’ts of hiring, supervising, and terminating employees there.

Don’t miss webinar when presenter Francisco Peña, Esq., a skilled employment attorney with Mexico-based Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton, will teach you how Mexico’s complex set of employment laws applies to U.S. employers.

Learning Objectives
  • How to hire Mexican national workers and relocate U.S. employees to Mexico
  • Tips for learning Mexico’s work schedules, salary rules and overtime regulations
  • Strategies for handling Mexico’s extremely employee-friendly rules for benefits
  • Why a collective bargaining agreement is a must-have with your Mexico-based workers
  • How to legally discipline, suspend and terminate employees
  • How to best work with service providers in Mexico
  • A checklist of things to do before you relocate U.S.-based employees to Mexico
  • The biggest (and costliest) mistakes other U.S.-based businesses have made when doing business in Mexico, and how you can avoid them
  • In just 90 minutes, you'll learn the HR management dos and don’ts for doing business in Mexico.
About Your Presenter

Francisco Peña, Esq.
Partner
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton

Francisco Peña is a partner at CCN, where he has worked since 2000. He graduated from the Tecnológico de Monterrey (JD). Mr Peña represents foreign investors doing business in Mexico, particularly in the areas of environmental, employment and labor litigation, health and safety and contract law. He has extensive experience negotiating collective bargaining agreements with Mexican unions before Mexican labor authorities.

Prior to joining CCN, he worked as the general counsel of Grupo CIGSA in Tampico, Tamaulipas; he also worked for Martínez Arrieta y Asociados in Monterrey, Nuevo León. He has written numerous articles and given numerous presentations on environmental and labor law topics. He is a frequent speaker at seminars and conferences offered throughout the United States.
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