A week of Politics for Puebla: Morena candidates will be defined

The week that is starting will be a crucial one for Puebla politics. The name of the Morena candidate for the municipal presidency of Puebla will be made known and, further, so will the nominations for local and federal congressmen and for the remaining 216 mayors’ offices. Pepe Chedraui leads in the polls; he is […]

Union activism in Mexico, what is truly happening?

The changes fostered by the labor reform of 2019 have had a significant effect on the union map of the country. This year, the topic of labor will continue to be strategic in companies’ agendas, hence the importance of preparing middle management and business leaders.

The 40 hours reform: greater participation is seen

Legislator Susana Prieto, author of the proposal of the 40 hours reform, warns about various risks in the discussion of the bill which, to start with, she said, does not take the resolution that was already approved last April as its basis.

Mexico: The New Minimum Wages Foreseen for 2024

On the 1st of December 2023, the Board of Representatives of the National Commission of Minimum Wages issued a press release informing the public that an agreement was reached by unanimous vote from the government, labour, and business sectors, whereby the minimum wages will be increased by 20% in 2024. With this increase, the recovery […]

Fireworks or the labor truth?

What does the labor agenda bring us for this 2024? Jorge Cervantes, Partner at De la Vega & Martínez Rojas talks with us about this tonight in Abogacía Trabajando with Rodrigo García. Press play on BMA TV!

The NOM on Teleworking enters into force: What are the new rules of the game?

NOM-037 [Official Mexican Standard 037] on teleworking is enforceable as of this month. The regulation incorporates new obligations for companies and for employees, such as the verification of the safety and health conditions of the space in which employees will work and the guarantee of the reversibility of the mode, among others.