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Labour and Employment
8.
Tips and traps
8.1
What are your top tips for navigating the employment regime and what potential sticking points would you highlight?
 
Mexico
The Mexican market can seem to be very employer oriented, but legislation and court precedents are very protective of employee rights. It is important to keep this in mind, and to be proactive and keep a close eye on compliance throughout recruitment, contracting and eventual termination of employee relations. Ensuring a healthy working environment and prioritising compliance and employee welfare, with market-consistent benefits, is the best way to prevent labour disputes from arising and achieve a corporation’s full potential.

When terminating employees, it is often more cost effective to pay legal severance and execute a termination agreement than to enter into a labour dispute, given that the trial contingency often exceeds the initial cost of severance and the courts will seek whenever possible to benefit the employee.

For more information about this answer please contact: Luis E. Díaz Mirón S. from Díaz Mirón Y Asociados, S.C.