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Mexico Labor and Gender Reform II

  • Friday, November 01, 2019
  • 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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  • Event providing a review of recent union activities and company initiatives related to the 2019 Labor Reform. We will also discuss obligations related to the gender protection and the tax changes recently passed on outsourcing.

    No cost for LAMERG members (first 3 attendees) or Bufete Yllanes clients
  • Preliminary Agenda:

    - update on the activities of both the traditional union federations and the independents since our last gathering.

    - The Senate is currently in session and is considering some additional and very significant changes to the labor laws. They have passed a major change in how taxes will be applied to outsourcing activities which we will discuss.
    - Discussion on the gender harassment regulations and the actions taken by the government to prepare for implementation.
    - The new Workplace Stress obligations recently created by the Ministry of Labor.



    Registration is available through this link, and there is no cost for the meeting for either LAMERG members (up to three attendees per company) or clients of Bufete Yllanos Ramos. Attendance for others will be $250 per person.

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Mexico Labor Reform Part II

 

We had great attendance and participation at our first meeting in Mexico City, and will offer a follow-up program in Mexico City on November 1, 2019.  We are again partnering with Bufete Yllanos Ramos and the agenda will include

 

  1. an update on the activities of both the traditional union federations and the independents since our last gathering.  Several of them have been very busy with rebranding and outreach activities with implications which may be important to your strategies and tactics.
  2. The Senate is currently in session and is considering some additional and very significant changes to the labor laws. They have passed a major change in how taxes will be applied to outsourcing activities which we will discuss.  Unresolved are potential restrictions on the ability of companies to outsource many activities. The Senate is also preparing the budget for 2020 which should provide insight into the actual implementation of the May 2 reforms.
  3. Discussion on the gender harassment regulations and the actions taken by the government to prepare for implementation.
  4. The new Workplace Stress obligations recently created by the Ministry of Labor.  We anticipate participation by an expert in the requirements to assist in understanding the implications.
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Registration is available through this link, and there is no cost for the meeting for either LAMERG members (up to three attendees per company) or clients of Bufete Yllanos Ramos.  Attendance for others will be $250 per person.

 

We will meet at the Club de Industriales at Andrés Bello 29 in the Polanco district of Mexico City.

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