Returning to Work in Mexico: The New Normal
This webinar will focus on the Economic effects of COVID-19 in the workplace and repercussions for:
c) society in general.
• Whilst Mexico undergoes pandemic effects it is also undergoing the deepest labour and employment reform and transformation of the last 100 years. How does that factor in current reality of employers and country?
• How does a heavily unionized life factor into the current reality? And is it an aspect that can weigh heavily in a possible economic recovery?
• Going back to work… costs, new obligations and possible government sanctions for noncompliance.
• Mexico and overall employment conditions in the new reality after suspensions.
Juan Jose Diaz Mirón Salcedo is one of three partners at Diaz Mirón which is one of Mexico's foremost labour and employment boutique firms. Currently renowned in chambers and partners international and the legal 500 for Latin America this third generation family firm prides itself in tradition and up keeping the highest standards in labour and employment counselling.
Law Degre (JD): Escuela Libre de Derecho, 2009.
Bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Political Science at the University of San Diego, California
Business Administration 2011-2012 at the Instituto Panamericano de Alta Dirección de Empresa (IPADE).
Master Degree: Labor Law, Escuela Libre de Derecho, 2014- 2016.
Labor clinic professor at the Escuela Libre de Derecho
Member of the National Association of Business Lawyers (ANADE)
His main practice is Labor Law.
Languages: English, Spanish and Italian.