The Volkswagen de México company, located in Puebla, is close to complying with the wage criteria established in the United States-Mexico-Canada trade Agreement (USMCA). The legal representative of the Volkswagen Independent Union of Automotive Industry Workers (Sitiavw), Arturo Blázquez Guevara, acknowledged that during the course of this year’s negotiations with the employer to reach a […]
On 22 July, President Andres Manuel López Obrador announced and amendment to the Social Security Law and the Retirement Fund System Law with the aim of strengthening the employee’s retirement plans.
This, after a session in which close to 80 employees were to decide whether they would continue their affiliation to the union belonging to the Confederation of Mexican Workers (CTM) or switch to the Mining Union. Cement plant workers vote to continue with their Union’s collective bargaining agreement HERMOSILLO, Sonora.- Workers of the Holcim plant […]
Isaías González Cuevas, leader of the CROC [Revolutionary Confederation of Workers and Peasants], stated that they are working jointly with several union organizations to present a proposal that contributes to improving the pensions of the majority of workers, who do not have special retirement schemes. While pensions are at stake for some workers, others enjoy […]
Children, grandchildren or nephews/nieces of Volkswagen unionized workers that retire will be able to inherit their positions starting this year. The leader of the Volkswagen Independent Union of Automotive Industry Workers (SITIAVW), José Juan Hernández López, confirmed in a press conference that this was one of the agreements reached on Tuesday with the German assembler. […]
The current scenario has changed and retail companies are experiencing constant changes thanks to phenomena such as process automation, the impact of digitization and constant changes of employees. The role of technology and the values of new generations have transformed customer habits. E-commerce has grown in recent years and simultaneously investment in digital marketing and […]
On July 1, the USMCA and Annexes 31 A and 31 B signed with the United States and Canada, respectively, will enter into force. The goal of these annexes is to establish the mechanisms to guarantee compliance with the labour obligations established in Annex 23 A of the USMCA, specifically the right to unionize and effective collective bargaining.
On 24 January 2020, the decision of Mexico’s Supreme Court was released concerning the upper limit that should apply to retirement allowance plans of employees who are listed under the now abrogated Social Security Law of 1973 and the amended version of this law currently in force
The newly created Conciliation and Registration Centre will function as a decentralised body of the public administration. Its main objective is to substantiate and conduct the conciliation process, which will have to be depleted by the employees and employers, either in collective or individual matters
Senator Napoleon Gomez Urrutia recently introduced a Bill to reform the Federal Labour Laws regulating outsourcing services and activities. If approved, companies will be required to initiate a comprehensive review of their existing outsourcing agreements in order to avoid severe penalties and increased operational costs