Termination of Employment: Basic Guide, Part 3

Continuing with the causes that justify dismissal without the employer’s responsibility, we will learn about three causes of justified dismissal for intentional material damage during work, for serious damage due to negligence without intent and for compromise of safety due to recklessness.

Termination of Employment: Basic Guide, Part 2

Know the causes that justify dismissal without responsibility of the employer due to employee misconduct, including acts of lack of integrity, violence, threats, insults and mistreatment. Causes II, III and IV are explained, and the types of evidence that employers can require to justify dismissal.

Termination of Employment: Basic Guide, Part 1

First part of the basic guide on labor termination in Mexico, centered on Articles 46 and 47 of the Federal Labor Law. It focuses on the termination of the employment contract without liability for the employer, explaining this concept and providing examples of justified causes for termination.

Workplace Violence: The Urgent Need for Policies and Support for Victims

Workplace violence poses significant challenges for Mexican businesses, impacting safety, productivity, and talent retention. Clear policies, victim support, and disciplinary measures against aggressors are essential. Collaboration with external resources and continual policy review enhance the effectiveness of creating a safe and healthy work environment. Embracing these strategies is crucial for Mexican companies to navigate and prevent workplace violence effectively.

Love in the Office: 10 Challenges of Falling in Love in Mexican Companies

Explore the complexities of workplace romance in Mexican companies this February. From conflicts of interest to communication hurdles, this post highlights the unique challenges employees face when love intertwines with the professional sphere. Gain insights into navigating these dynamics, ensuring a delicate balance between personal relationships and workplace professionalism.

Delicacies and Fellowship: The Work Experience on Día de la Candelaria (Candlemas Day) in México

Dia de la Candelaria in Mexico goes beyond culinary delights—it’s a unique cultural celebration that adds joy to the workplace. While not a mandatory holiday, companies often embrace the festivities, fostering camaraderie with gatherings or ‘tamaladas.’ For international colleagues, it’s an inclusive experience, and bringing tamales to share is a fantastic way to join the festive atmosphere. Embrace the joy, participate, and savor the unique flavors that make work relationships in Mexico special.

Vacaciones con Estilo Mexicano: Time Off for Workers in México

Are you a foreigner working in Mexico? If so, understanding your labor rights is key to a fulfilling work-life balance. Let’s talk about one of the most essential aspects: vacation time. In Mexico, it’s not just a perk—it’s a right protected by the Federal Labor Law (LFT). Here’s what you need to know.

Deciphering the Mystery of “Ahorita”: Grasping a Mexican Linguistic Peculiarity

Explore the mysteries of “ahorita,” a term that perplexes expats in Mexico. From its versatile meanings to cultural nuances, we delve into how it impacts daily interactions, both socially and in the workplace. For newcomers, embracing “ahorita” is key to bridging language gaps and connecting with the vibrant Mexican community. Join us in decoding the essence behind “ahorita” for a richer experience in Mexico.

NOM-035-STPS-2018 – Informative Guide (Part 2)

NOM-035-STPS-2018 outlines guidelines for managing psychosocial risks in the workplace. Applicable to companies with 16+ employees, it addresses working conditions, workloads, lack of control, and more. It mandates the identification of traumatic events, medical evaluations, and training for executives. Implemented in two phases, starting October 2019, it emphasizes the importance of creating healthy work environments.

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