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Managing the Modern Workplace
V&E International Labor & Employment Resources

  • 10
  • October
  • 2019

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What U.S. Investors Need to Know About Mexican Labor Law

In the late 19th Century, Mexican dictator Porfirio Diaz described Mexico’s relations with its northern neighbor with the now famous quote of “Pobre de México tan lejos de Dios y tan cerca de Estados Unidos.” [Poor Mexico, so far from God, but so close to the United States.] While one might expect Mexico’s President to share Mr. Diaz’s sentiments, especially given some of the public announcements that his U.S. counterpart has made about Mexican immigrants and the wall that he intends Mexico to build, the left-leaning Mr. Lopez Obrador has diplomatically ignored the tweets and gone out of his way to encourage ongoing U.S. investment in Mexico. U.S. business investors, in turn, are cautiously optimistic about the future possibilities of investing in Mexico, notwithstanding some concerns about a possible trade war, which Mexico has made clear it wants to avoid.

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Celebrate Freedom, Hug a Lawyer (Previously Posted on July 3, 2018)

“I have gone to jail for what I have said.” That’s what I was recently told by a lawyer from another country when he received a call from a reporter asking him to comment on a recent decision from one of his country’s courts. When I asked him how careful he had to be with what he said, he described his time spent in jail for statements he has made.

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Watch for Gathering Storms to Protect your Expatriates

We are all concerned when we send an employee to a location where we know that the work circumstances and living conditions may not be the safest. However, we should also be concerned about those expatriates who have been working in locations that were considered safe when they were first given the foreign assignment. My message in this post is that you should have a good view at all times of any gathering storms that may impact those employees.

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  • 07
  • March
  • 2019

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Why Should HR Professionals Pay Attention to the International Trade Agreements?

As you may know, the United States, Canada, and Mexico negotiated a new trade agreement in November 2018 titled the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA), which is intended to replace NAFTA. The Agreement alters NAFTA in one surprising way. The USMCA requires Mexico to pass new labor laws that provide rights to employees beyond those they currently enjoy.

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